Hypernatraemia occurs in a significant number of infants with dehydrating diarrhoea.
Radionuclide left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) has been determined in a group of 14 female patients at rest and during graded supine bicycle exercise.
A survey of the prevalence and types of learning disorders among. Black primary school children was undertaken on the East Rand.
The first known case of a bite by a Namaqua dwarf adder (Bitis schneideri) is reported.
A family with inherited cardiac and skeletal muscle disease was also found to have members with low intelligence.
Three case reports are presented to emphasize the potentially hazardous complications resulting from the administration of diazoxide to patients concurrently being treated with other vasodilator and catecholamine-depleting agents.
Wermers' syndrome (or multiple endocrine adenomatosis type I) is a hereditary condition characterized by tumours or hyperplasia involving multiple endocrine organs.
The finding of adenosis in the vaginal pouch of a patient with agenesis of the lower Mullerian tract suggests that not all cases of vaginal adenosis are Mullerian in origin.
Postmenopausal endometrial tuberculosis is an uncommon condition.