The safe and rapid suppression of labour contractions by means of intravenous hexoprenaline is demonstrated in 6 different clinical cases.
Salicylate intoxication in infancy is reviewed from a pathophysiological point of view, and a simplified scheme of therapy is put forward.
The case records of 419 patients undergoing thyroidectomy for nodular goitre are examined in the light of the final pathology and the incidence of carcinoma.
A protocol for the management of children with neuroblastoma is descriptionbed.
Two cases of lipoid proteinosis, in which biopsies of the vocal cords were done, are presented.
A series of 115 consecutive cases of acutely injured knee, occurring mainly as a result of rugby-football, is analysed.
Weskoppies Hospital began life in 1892 under the South African Republic.