Heart transplantation still remains the only form of treatment for patients suffering from terminal heart failure as the result of diffuse myocardial disease.
Endoscopic retrograde pancreaticocholangiography (ERPC) has been performed in 140 patients, mainly Blacks and Indians.
Aberrant left pulmonary artery is a rare cause of stridor and respiratory difficulty in infancy and childhood.
A method of intra- and postoperative antibiotic peritoneal lavage, using 0,015% gentamicin in dialysis solution, has been assessed for the treatment of life-threatening peritonitis.
A case is presented to demonstrate the angiographic findings in Paget's disease of the calvarium.
A 16-year-old boy is reported in whom back pain, due to localised osteoporosis and partial collapse of a lumbar vertebra, drew attention to unsuspected acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Hyperuricaemia may complicate thalassaemia and may, on occasion, result in obstruction of urine flow on the basis of crystal formation.