The electro-encephalogram (EEG) is a useful adjunct when clinical history and physical examination suggest the diagnosis of epilepsy, whether idiopathic, focal or petit mal.
The effect of calcitonin on pancreatic secretion was studied in man.
A dose of 10 ug/ml bleomycin inhibited the growth of oesophageal carcinoma cells and non-squamous cells in vitro.
Autonomic hyperreflexia is a reflex response to visceral distension which occurs only in patients with spinal cord lesions above T6.
This report of cerebral tumours in 60 children admitted to the medical wards of King Edward VIII Hospital, Durban, shows that cerebral tumour is the commonest solid neoplasm in both Black and Indian children.
Statistics concerning dermatological disease in outpatients seen at the dermatology clinic at Tygerberg Hospital during 1975 are presented.
Although pressure sores are an increasing problem in long-term medical care, the magnitude and costs of the complication are not well documented.
Population size is controlled by forces more subtle than mere survival of the fittest in the face of an ever-hostile environment.