Fifty-nine cases of gastro-intestinal and 58 cases of peritoneal tuberculosis were seen at the Groote Schuur Hospital during the period 1962 - 1971.
Attention is drawn to the possible effects on anaesthetists and other operating theatre personnel of chronic exposure to halothane and methoxyflurane.
Cardiac catheterization was performed on 85 neonates who presented with unremitting heart failure or severe cyanosis.
A case report of a young woman with 3 consecutive molar pregnancies preceded by one normal pregnancy, is presented.
A small series of patients suffering from trophic ulceration of various aetiologies, successfully treated with clofazimine 1% ointment, is reported.
An approach to the extensively injured hand is presented, and the importance of adequate primary treatment is stressed.
Anaesthesia was induced in 12 patients by intravenous injection of Ro5-4200, a benzodiazepine. Consciousness was lost following injection of 2 - 3 mg, given at a rate of 1 mg per minute.
Skeletal dimensions of Pretoria swimmers were surprisingly similar to those of non-swimmers.
One hundred and three Bantu patients with simple prostatic hyperplasia were admitted to the Urological Service, Baragwanath Hospital, during an 18-month period.
The magnitude of the problem of carcinomas of the breast is considered and the opposing concepts of a mechanistic theory and biologic predeterminism are discussed.