The first South African case of haemolytic anaemia due to erythrocyte pyrimidine 5'-nucleotidase deficiency is reported.
Two hundred and fourteen patients attending an arthritis clinic were asked to complete a questionnaire in which their knowledge of medical terms, surface anatomy and rheumatic disease was evaluated.
Gastro-intestinal transit time was measured in 150 - 200 Black schoolchildren, aged 10 - 12 years, at each of 3 schools in country areas of South Africa.
Tuberculosis often complicates lymphoma, and bone marrow necrosis has been descriptionbed in disseminated tuberculosis.
This article deals with some of the unique problems encountered when people, injured in road traffic or industrial accidents, are trapped as a result of the accident.
In the past, health care was predominantly curative and was directed mostly at the individual.