The hypothenar hammer syndrome is manifested as digital ischaemia.
A new method of measuring the static compliance of the respiratory system in the awake, non-paralysed infant is descriptionbed.
Cerebral deposits of choriocarcinoma tend to be multiple and usually result in a rapidly fatal course.
A radiological study of bone changes in 112 children with congenital syphilis was undertaken. A similar number of normal children acted as a control group.
A young White girl was found to have no detectable complement C3 or C1q.
A patient with situs inversus viscerum and a perforated left-sided appendix is reported.
Pentagastrin-stimulated maximal acid output (MAO) was measured in 337 male patients with duodenal ulcers, 209 of whom were Indian, and 128 of whom were Zulus.
Rational use of digitalis requires adequate knowledge of the drug, the disease and the patient, and an ability to integrate these factors.