We report the clinical and biochemical course of 2 patients who underwent portacaval shunting for the relief of homozygous type 11 hyperlipoproteinaemia.
A total of 25 patients (7 with arterial occlusion and 18 with venous thrombosis) were treated with streptokinase for 72 hours, followed by heparin for 24 hours.
In a series of 81 limbs in which the clinical diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis was suspected, objective confirmation could be obtained in only 24 or 30%.
A regimen of furosemide and moderate restriction of fluid intake was followed in 120 postpartum women to suppress lactation.
Fifty patients with creeping eruption were treated topically with an aqueous suspension of 15% thiabendazole.
Difficulties in the reduction of a traumatic posterior dislocation of the hip, as a result of soft-tissue interposition, are uncommon.
This study concerns 11 patients with menstrual disorders dating back to an obstructed and prolonged labour, and 5 women with similar histories but without menstrual disorders.