Possible interrelationships between maternal drug ingestion and infections during the first trimester and the occurrence of congenital malformations have been studied.
A case of congenital stippled epiphyses is presented, and attention is drawn to the possibility that this condition was caused by maternal ingestion of warfarin during early pregnancy.
A first attempt to gather the available information on subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) in Southern Africa has produced records of 79 cases which have occurred since 1955.
The efficacy of lidoflazine was evaluated in 11 patients with chronic ischaemic heart disease.
This article is a plea for caution in the diagnosis of pneumoconiosis and obstructive airways disease in patients who have been exposed to the hazards of industrial dust.
Surgery, trauma, severe sepsis and burns are the most demanding physical stresses that a patient is likely to suffer, yet .until recently, the nutrition of these patients was usually completely ignored.