There is currently great interest in the use of fast neutrons for radiotherapy.
Late complications of radiation therapy will become more common as treatment of neoplasms in childhood becomes more successful.
An analysis has been made of all the patients with endometrial carcinoma who were seen in our department between 1959 and 1968.
The radiological features and some clinical aspects of lipomata of the central nervous system are discussed, with examples of the different sites of involvement.
The radiology of trauma is of increasing importance in South Africa, where the treatment of victims of motor accidents forms a major part of emergency medical practice.
The re-emergence of syphilis as a medical problem in most parts of the world makes it necessary to reinstate the congenital osseous manifestations as an important element in the differential diagnosis of the disease in infancy.