Repeated injections of soluble antigen derived from the body fluid of Ascaris lumbricoides induced a substantial accumulation of eosinophils in the peritoneal fluid of mice.
During January 1971 - June 1975 we examined 195 patients with pancytopenia.
The value of plain chest radiography in the diagnosis of primary hepatocellular cancer (PHC) was assessed In 449 patients.
A familiar medical contrast is presented as part of a modern medical problem.
Three cases of the Peutz-Jeghers syndrome are reported and the literature is reviewed.
The commonest causes of female sexual frigidity in general practice are outlined.
We report an unusual case of hypoglycaemia, in which a pregnant woman with a Rh-negative problem and random blood glucose levels of less than 10 mg/l00 ml was found to have no clinical symptoms of hypoglycaemia.
Pelvic inflammatory disease is the main reason for the admission of patients to the Gynaecological Unit at Harari Hospital.