Anaemia is one of the commonest symptoms reported to medical practitioners by their patients.
Prostaglandin Ez (PGE2) 4,5 mg, in the form of either 0,5 mg oral tablets or tylose gel, was inserted intravaginally to induce labour in 11 pairs of patients with an unripe cervix.
Prostaglandin E2 tablets administered vaginally successfully induced labour in 64% of patients.
Three cases of subcutaneous emphysema and of subcutaneous and mediastinal emphysema following the bronchopneumonia and upper respiratory tract infection so common in measles are presented.
Five immunosuppressive regimens which included prednisone, azathioprine and niridazole were compared in pancreatectomized pigs after orthotopic whole-pancreas transplantation.
Antithrombin III is the most important natural inhibitor of coagulation.
Congenital antithrombin III deficiency is a rare but well-documented abnormality.
A patient is reported in whom obstructive jaundice developed 10 weeks after seat-belt injury to the abdomen.
A new method for counting spermatozoa was introduced by Makler.