Experience with 36 Black patients with disruption of the subclavian or axillary arteries is reported. The clinical presentation and operative approaches are descriptionbed.
During an 8-year period 78 patients underwent operation for chronic destructive pneumonia (COP) at Wentworth Hospital.
Forty Black men diagnosed as schizophrenic and admitted to Ingutsheni Hospital during a period of 3 months, were allocated alternately to treatment with either clothiapine or chlorpromazine.
Hurler's syndrome was diagnosed antenatally in the two consecutive pregnancies of a mother with one affected child.
A patient with transient ischaemic attacks due to fibromuscular dysplasia of the internal carotid artery is presented.
The use of trifluoperazine and amitriptyline in the treatment of pain is descriptionbed.
We descriptionbe a 3-year-old boy who had fluctuating swellings of the head and an infra-orbital sinus which were due to tuberculous osteitis.