Cancer mortality rates for Whites, Coloureds and Asians for the period 1949 - 1969 have been analysed, and a changing pattern has been found.
A prospective clinical study of 114 Malawian patients with cardiac disease seen at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, is presented.
A group of 26 haemophilic patients was successfully managed on a home infusion programme over a one-year period.
A case of rhabdomyoma of the heart found in a Black female infant at postmortem examination, as well as the clinical data, necropsy and histopathological findings, are presented.
Anxiety is an unpleasant, diffuse emotion, directed towards the future and associated with feelings of threat to the individual.
The man-in-the-street's idea of death is centred around the cessation of respiratory and cardiac function.