Acute appendicitis in pregnancy and its treatment are reviewed.
Hepatic synthesis of cholesterol in higher animals is normally markedly suppressed by dietary cholesterol.
Forty-seven newborn infants who had umbilical arterial catheterisation were studied prospectively to determine the incidence of arterial thrombus formation.
Hepatitis B (surface) antigen (HBsAg) was found in the serum of 8 out of 4 245 women attending the antenatal clinic of the Queen Victoria Maternity Hospital.
A survey of blood sugar levels in 868 infants with dehydration from gastro-enteritis is presented.
The clinical features of a 9-year-old boy with an extra-adrenal phaeochromocytoma, complicated by malignant hypertension, are descriptionbed.
The concept of the excessive consumption of carbohydrates as a cause of many diseases of civilisation has previously been proposed under the name of the 'saccharine disease'.
Edendale Hospital celebrates its twenty-first anniversary in 1975.