Renal haemosiderosis is the anatomical indicator of intravascular haemolysis.
Two patients, one with Cushing's syndrome and one with Cushing's disease, are presented.
Thermography is discussed, and attention is drawn to its ancillary value in making a diagnosis. Some examples of thermograms are demonstrated.
Ketamine anaesthesia was administered to 135 mothers undergoing Caesarean section.
Complications encountered after breast augmentation are dealt with in some detail, with reference to their frequency, causes, prevention and treatment.
A Xhosa male with the typical features of the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is presented.
In an investigation of bone and joint disorders among the islanders of Tristan da Cunha, a total of 111 individuals aged 35 years and over were examined.
The provision of services in South Africa for patients suffering from chronic renal failure is inadequate in terms of national requirements.
Diagnostic facilities for children with learning disabilities are essential and can be made available, even in smaller centres.