Fifty-five popliteal aneurysms in 43 patients seen over a 15-year period, are presented.
The important role that vesico-ureteric reflux plays in the perpetuation of urinary tract infections has become increasingly evident.
Pulmonary embolism arising from intracardiac electrodes in permanently-paced patients, is fortunately rare.
Thirty-one cases of abdominal migraine have been successfully managed on a low oxalate diet.
Four illustrative cases of severe, but 'silent', abruptio placentae are presented.
Selective angiography of the coeliac axis usually with superior mesenteric arteriography and hepatic isotopic scanning, have proved helpful in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of amoebic liver abscess.
Ninety-eight cases of histologically proved cancer of the stomach have been reviewed.