Peritoneoscopy in medical cases remains largely unpopular in the USA and the UK.
The toxicity of ferrous sulphate is discussed, with particular reference to fibrosis and stricturing of the stomach.
An oral glucose load was given to 238 Black adult males living in Salisbury, Rhodesia, and their metabolic responses were measured.
An in vitro technique has been used to determine the neutralizing capacity of liquid antacids.
Fifteen patients who had sustained trauma in the last trimester of pregnancy were studied at the Baragwanath Hospital, Johannesburg.
A sensitive radio-immunoassay for parathyroid hormone (PTH) using the commercially available antisera AS 211/32 and AS 211/41 has been established.
Spiders, of the genus Chiracanthium, are very common in and about homes in southern Africa.
Some thoughts on three subjects relevant to primary contact medicine are expressed.