All autopsies on Black patients who died of heart disease at Baragwanath Hospital were examined for the years 1959, 1960 and 1976.
A multicentre study of antibiotic susceptibility was performed in South Africa. Sensitivity to cephalothin, cefamandole, tobramycin and gentamicin was tested on a variety of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.
Act 101 of 1965 replaced Act 13 of 1928 because the latter had become obsolete.
A young male nephrotic patient, who was given small doses of clofibrate for hyperlipaemia, developed muscle pain, stiffness and very high serum levels of muscle enzymes.
An abnormally tall 21-year-old Caucasoid male was referred for psychiatric assessment for pathological aggression and mental subnormality.
A patient with congenital complete absence of the left pericardium had a late systolic murmur and an intermittent non-ejection systolic click.
Tribute is paid to F. P. Scott, and the nature and circumstances of his contribution to dermatology are descriptionbed.