Two hundred and forty-six patients who were diagnosed in 1976 as having either a benign (180) or a malignant (66) gastric ulcer on endoscopy were reviewed between November 1979 and May 1980.
In a comparison of South African Indian and Black duodenal ulcer patients and a control group of hospital patients, intelligence and depression were not found to be relevant to the incidence of duodenal ulceration.
Ninety-six patients were followed up in their homes 2 weeks, 3 months and 1 year after their discharge from hospital.
This report emphasizes the medical, surgical and anaesthetic aspects of the treatment in cases of myasthenia gravis.
The valveless scavenging circuit of Samson was compared with a standard Magill (Mapleson A) circuit.
In this article we review the recent literature on the subject, together with findings at the University of Michigan relating to the causative organism.
Voluntary motor responses of 15 patients with Parkinson's disease and 5 normal subjects in the same age group were examined electromyographically.
A 5-year-old child with epilepsy and underlying brain damage developed choreo-athetosis during intoxication with phenytoin.
Suppurative mesenteric lymphadenitis is so rarely encountered and its symptoms and findings so nonspecific that it has not yet been diagnosed preoperatively.