The intraventricular conduction defect of left posterior hemiblock is very uncommon.
The results of 67 consecutive splenectomies carried out in patients attending the Haematology Clinic at the Johannesburg Hospital between 1965 and 1972 are reported.
A case of solitary osteosclerotic myeloma with peripheral neuropathy and unusual radiological features is presented.
This study reflects the bacterial infection prevalent in a general paediatric ward and assesses bacterial sensitivity to a number of antibiotics.
An approach to the neonate with respiratory difficulty is outlined.
The pathophysiology and treatment of acute respiratory failure in the postoperative patient is discussed.
The early warning signs for the detection of visual defects in infants are emphasised.
A short review is given of antimalarial drugs currently in use.
Malaria epidemiology relating to control operations is briefly reviewed.
In the days of the Dutch East India Company mental illness was relatively common, owing to the harsh living conditions, poor food and excessive consumption of alcohol.