Results of the blood morphology and uric acid study carried out in one centre showed that none of the treatments produced any abnormalities.
A prospective analysis of 100 Charnley total hip joint replacements performed between January 1970 and August 1972 is presented.
Burimamide, a specific histamine H2-receptor antagonist, is an effective inhibitor of histamine and pentagastrin-stimulated gastric acid secretion in the innervated pig stomach.
A study was undertaken to determine the value of closed pericardial biopsy in establishing the histological diagnosis in 23 patients with confirmed pericardial effusion.
A prospective study of 32 cases of thyrotoxicosis in Blacks of the Eastern Cape seen over a 33-month period, suggests that thyrotoxicosis in this group is not as uncommon as previously reported in studies from other parts of Africa.
Sterilisation of the gastro-intestinal tract is believed to be important in the prevention of infection in leukaemic patients.
A case of spontaneous postpartum subcapsular haematoma of the liver is presented.
A case report of salicylate hepatitis is discussed and a predictable direct drug dosage mechanism is suggested as the pathogenesis.