The pathology of 3 cases of endomyocardial fibrosis (EMF) encountered at autopsy in Cape Town is descriptionbed.
The problem of providing laboratory confirmation of the diagnosis of typhoid in an endemic area was considered.
A case of adult metachromatic leucodystrophy, the first descriptionbed in South Africa, is reported.
Thirty-two Black children with protein calorie malnutrition were studied with a view to assessing the duration of derangement of biochemical and immunological factors.
Gilles de la Tourette's and Benedek's symptoms were twice released by L-dopa in a patient suffering from the sequelae of a contusio cerebri.
Observations over a period of years have led me to the conclusion that chicken bones have a typical radiological appearance in that they are hollow bones with wide medullary cavities and thin cortices.
A brief review of studies on adenotonsillectomy is presented, together with a survey of the views of the parents of 177 tonsillectomised patients.
The life-threatening complications of imported malaria are complex disturbances involving many systems in the body.