An epidemiological survey to estimate the prevalence of infection by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and other mycobacteria, was conducted in the Transkei; 3155 persons from 9 sites were randomly selected.
Severely damaged Fallopian tubes remain an important cause of human infertility with a virtually hopeless prognosis.
Two patients with chronic scleroedema are presented. One patient had severe joint contractures.
The increasing mortality and morbidity resulting from road accidents are descriptionbed against a background of current measures to reduce the incidence of such accidents.
Two cases of pulmonary intralobar sequestration are presented, with aortography and selective arteriography.
Coronary blood flow was measured by the radioactive xenon (133Xe) washout technique in 13 subjects: 6 controls, 5 patients with coronary artery disease and 2 patients who had undergone aortocoronary saphenous vein bypass grafts.
A prospective study was introduced to establish the role of the antenatal clinic as an 'early detection unit' for the screening of asymptomatic disease not specifically related to pregnancy.
A case of polycystic disease of the liver and kidneys in a middle-aged Black woman is reported.
The founding of Grey's Hospital in the 19th century and its evolution from a small institution to the present large one are descriptionbed.