Sixty-two cases of disseminated tuberculosis seen over a 6-year period in a large teaching hospital are reviewed.
Trauma to the teeth, gums and dental restorations during medical procedures can be avoided by the use of a mouth protector.
In a study of children attending the outpatient department at the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital it was found that less than one-quarter of the medicines dispensed were correctly taken.
Three cases of extremely severe staphylococcal infection are reported.
Partially hepatectomized rats receiving intragastric amino acids synthesize less DNA than similar rats receiving intragastric water alone.
Trichomoniasis is probably the most widespread sexually transmitted disease of man.
It is now possible to offer prenatal diagnosis by amniocentesis to women at risk of having affected children.