Twenty-one cases of mammary tuberculosis are reported and the attendant clinical and histological difficulties descriptionbed.
It is generally accepted that serum albumin levels are the best criterion of protein nutritional status.
A total of 301 Black patients without rheumatic diseases was studied to estimate the prevalence and causes of positive rheumatoid factor.
Evidence of an infective environment was frequently found in infants weighing less than 1 500 g at birth.
We report on the clinical and biochemical findings of 8 patients with familial hyperchylomicronaemia (type I hyperlipoproteinaemia) from 4 separate kind reds.
Idiopathic thrombotic occlusion of the extrahepatic portal vein is one of the commonest causes of portal hypertension in adult Blacks.
Two cases of Torulopsis glabrata fungaemia are presented.
Splenic cavernous haemangioma is a rare cause of splenomegaly.