Ninety-five patients who had megaloblastic anaemia, and who lived in a subtropical climate, were studied to elucidate the importance of puerperium, malabsorption, gastric dystrophy, diet and infection in the aetiology of the disease.
The adrenals of rabbits on a cholesterol-rich diet for 35 days show histopathological changes, a marked increase in weight and a lowering in the ascorbate content.
A true universal co-axial anaesthetic system has been designed.
This article provides guidelines for the general practitioner in his assessment and management of abdominal injury.
Pyridoxine has been reported as having an antilactogenic effect, presumably by suppressing prolactin secretion.
Cryosurgery in the palliative treatment of recurrent carcinoma of the vulva is descriptionbed.
Two patients with Q fever endocarditis are descriptionbed.