The mean serum fibronectin level of normal subjects, measured by radio-immunoassay, was 363 ug/ml (ï¿½ 72 ug/ml; 1 SD).
Knowledge of the anatomy and function of the spleen is essential for the assessment of its role in disease.
Four cases of Crohn's disease of the colon are presented in order to illustrate some of the difficulties which may arise in making a correct diagnosis.
A tentative study was made of the rehabilitation potential of Coloured schizophrenic patients receiving disability grants in the service area of Stikland Hospital.
The incidence of bronchiectasis should decrease because of improved immunization, but certain defects would still cause the malady.
A case of amoebic liver abscess complicated by inferior vena-caval compression and the nephrotic syndrome is descriptionbed.