Combined ventricular hypertrophy was the commonest finding at autopsy in cases studied by cardiac partitioning.
A controlled double-blind crossover trial of Orudis, a nonsteroid anti-inflammatory drug, has been carried out in 98 patients with osteo-arthritis of the knee.
Twenty-five patients suffering from endogenous depression entered this 28-day double-blind trial to compare the efficacy and tolerability of maprotiline (Ludiomil) and amitriptyline.
A perspex icterometer previously graded for White neonates was evaluated in an unselected Black newborn population.
The use of cardiopulmonary bypass in a patient with Fallot's tetralogy and hereditary spherocytosis is descriptionbed.
A 13-year-old Black patient presented with neurofibromatosis complicated by hypertension.
A case of true hermaphroditism in a 20-year-old Motswana who was brought up as a male, is reported.
The cost of primary care to a patient involving a group of 4 family general practitioners is discussed.
It is important to understand the exact pathophysiology in every patient with endotoxic shock because only then is it possible to treat the individual patient intelligently and correctly.