One hundred and seventy Black diabetic patients who regularly attend the Baragwanath Diabetic Clinic were studied.
Four patients suffering from variegate porphyria were investigated during acute attacks.
The presenting symptoms and the clinical findings in 4 children with histologically proven thyroid carcinomas are descriptionbed.
A study to assess patient, pharmacist and physician compliance was carried out in a group of 200 ambulatory Black children.
Gonadal and gonadotrophic hormones were assayed in members of a !Kung population who live in north-western Ngamiland, Botswana, and who are true San ('Bushmen') hunter-gatherers.
The incidence, clinical presentation, diagnosis, possible aetiology and methods of treatment of translocated intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCDs) and 'missing strings' are descriptionbed.
According to Eysenck, extraverts are characterized by inhibited cortical activity accompanied by prominent alpha brain rhythms.
A case of intrapleural displacement of a piece of catheter as a complication of subclavian vein catheterization is reported.
The first 2 cases of Kupffer cell sarcoma of the liver in South African Blacks are reported from Baragwanath Hospital.