The value of the infection risk index for the determination of the TB situation and for the planning and evaluation of specific control measures is discussed.
An indirect fluorescent antibody survey of the prevalence of Toxoplasma antibodies was carried out on sera from 4 regions of Southern Africa (Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, and South West Africa and Botswana).
Trachoma represents the largest single cause of preventable blindness in the Black population of the Northern Transvaal.
In the first phase of a programme for the prevention of neural tube defects at a population level, information has been obtained concerning 285 infants born with open neural tube defects.
The importance and differential diagnosis of postoperative oliguria are discussed.
With the use of strict selection criteria it was found that 86 of 161 women who required interval sterilization could be sterilized vaginally.
Pre-operative insertion of a central venous pressure monitoring line may be difficult when superficial veins are lacking.
Two hundred consecutive patients who were discharged from a ward in a Black hospital were studied with reference to delay of flow through a system.
Splenic torsion as a complication of wandering spleen is rare.
This article descriptionbes the extremely rare contents of a right indirect inguinal hernial sac in an adult male, namely a paramesonephric duct.