Virological investigations were carried out on 4151 patients with respiratory disease hospitalized between May 1966 and April 1972.
Myelographic changes after spinal operation are often difficult to interpret especially with regard to the differentiation between arachnoiditis and recurrent disc prolapse.
An autopsy study carried out on 103 neonates showed a high incidence of twins, mainly second twins.
Plasma viscosity (PV) and the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) were determined in 343 patients.
The indications for termination of pregnancy in terms of the Abortion and Sterilization Act of 1975, and the evaluation of 100 pregnant White women are discussed.
Approximately half the patients who die from peptic ulceration do so because of the complication of bleeding.
The incidence and complications of sport injuries in athletics, basketball, gymnastics, hockey, netball, cricket, tennis and soccer were analysed from questionnaire responses of 239 sport participants in Pretoria.
A case of a young man with a choledochocele is presented.