Two hundred and twenty-three White children with partial hearing loss in three special schools in South Africa for the hard-of-hearing child were investigated.
Patients suffering from uncomplicated pneumothorax, haemothorax or haemopneumothorax of clinical significance are treated with fluid replacement, intercostal underwater drainage, antibiotics and routine physiotherapy.
Eight cases of leiomyoma of the vagina are descriptionbed.
Thiopentone (3,5 mg/kg) was compared with methohexitone (1 mg/kg) and 'Iow-dose' ketamine (1 mg/kg) for induction of obstetric anaesthesia.
During the last half century, in most Western populations, including Whites in South Africa, there has been a very marked fall in frequency and duration of breast feeding.
A patient with multiple enterocutaneous fistulae who developed the skin manifestations of acrodermatitis enteropathica while on total parenteral nutrition is descriptionbed.
A patient with obstructive sleep-induced apnoea due to bilateral incomplete recurrent laryngeal nerve palsies is descriptionbed.
A case of Duchenne's pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy allied with previously unreported musculoskeletal abnormalities is reported.
Three cases of depressed skull fractures in neonates are reported.
Attention is focused on an uncommon, but well-defined clinical and histological entity, which is still often misdiagnosed as a squamous carcinoma.