The cytological morphology of liver cells in various liver diseases is descriptionbed, and the usefulness of liver aspiration is discussed.
Tinea capitis superficialis is a common disease among urban Black children attending schools and creches in Soweto, and is caused mainly by T. violaceum and endothrix anthropophilic fungus.
The Enterotest was compared with stool examination and jejunal aspirate obtained at jejunal biopsy from the Crosby capsule, as a method for finding Giardia lamblia.
A case of haemoperitoneum and concomitant torsion of the testes is reported - the first case in the English literature to our knowledge.
Effective plasma renin activity was measured in 103 Black hypertensive patients admitted to Harare Hospital.
The incidence of hyaline membrane disease in three Cape Town hospitals during 1972 and 1973 was analysed, and compared with the incidence revealed in a similar survey in 1966.
During the last quarter of the 19th century 4 new mental hospitals were opened in the Cape Province. These were all formerly gaols or military barracks.