In 1961 a study of the age, sex, race, nutritional status and common diagnoses of children attending the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital in Cape Town during one 12-month period was reported.
Myeloperoxidase with an A420/280 ratio of 0,48 was prepared from normal human leucocytes.
Persistent drooling in cases of cerebral palsy can be successfully controlled by a combination of bilateral parotid duct translocation and bilateral submandibular gland excision.
Domperidone (Motilium), a dopamine receptor blocking agent, increased the resting tone of the lower oesophageal sphincter in 15 dogs and 6 baboons.
Measures to improve the organization of geriatric care in South Africa are recommended after a study of overseas methods.
Two cases of Huntington's chorea occurring in a Black family are presented.
After having compiled an index to volume 5 (1897 - 1898) of the old South African Medical Journal, I have been left with a vivid impression of the period it covers.