A patient with hereditary congestive cardiomyopathy, who presented with recurrent episodes of life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias most often precipitated by exercise, is descriptionbed.
A continuously growing cell line has been established from autopsy material taken from a primary liver carcinoma, a cancer which has a high incidence in Southern Africa.
The frequency of uterine contractions was studied in 37 patients with severe abruptio placentae.
The results of an analysis of the accuracy of two diagnostic tests in a series of 714 patients with breast masses are presented.
Sera from patients with respiratory disease were examined for antibody to Mycoplasma pneumoniae by complement fixation test.
A quarter of a century ago Professor C. F. M. Saint of the University of Cape Town noted the occasional association of diverticular disease, hiatus hernia, and gallstones in a patient.