A number of the more common problems which may be encountered in the management of children born with cleft lip and/or cleft palate is discussed.
Thirty-four Black patients (14 children and 20 adults) suffering from acute leukaemia were assessed at the haematology clinics of Baragwanath Hospital and Johannesburg General Hospital during a recent 2-year period.
Ninety-two patients suffering from various forms of acute non-lymphoblastic leukaemia were seen at the Johannesburg General Hospital between January 1972 and December 1977.
Psychosomatic disease is the commonest disorder in clinical gastro-enterology.
Pigs develop gastric ulceration spontaneously and after bile duct Iigation.
The closed treatment of fractures of the tibial shaft will usually result in bony union within a period of 4 months.
The family doctor is the ideal person to lead his patients back to a form of existence which is more dynamic and health-promoting than their customary way of life.
Women have been deeply involved in the social changes that have taken place in Western society during the last 30 years; the most significant transformers have been 'the pill' and television.