The results over 10 years in 200 patients (103 with gout and 97 with hyperuricaemia) treated with benzbromarone 75 - 120 mg/d are reported.
Minoxidil in combination with a B-adrenergic blocker and a diuretic wasï¿½ used in 12 male hypertensive patients who did not respond to or who developed unpleasant side-effects from the available medications.
Congenital hypothyroidism is the commonest endocrine disorder of childhood.
Ectopic pregnancy is often difficult to diagnose, particularly in population groups that are prone to pelvic infections.
The congenital ichthyosiform erythrodermas have become readily treatable with an aromatic retinoid.
A survey has been carried out on injuries resulting from railway accidents in the Johannesburg district.
A patient with pyogenic spinal epidural abscess is presented, in whom features suggestive of tuberculous arachnoiditis were initially present.
A case of chronic active hepatitis associated with monoclonal gammopathy (MG) is reported.
The existence of hepatic involvement in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is still contested in the literature.