Eighty-nine patients with heart tumours (76 metastatic and 13 primary) were studied.
As a modification of the double-contrast barium meal, a tubeless radiological test for duodenogastric reflux, not involving the administration of any pharmacologically active substances, is descriptionbed.
The acute neurological crisis is the most significant complication of variegate and acute intermittent porphyria and hereditary coproporphyria.
Measles is a major cause of childhood mortality in the developing world.
When faced with a patient with a lump or lumps in the breast, it is clear to the general surgeon how the situation should be handled.
Numerous studies have been published on the psychobiological factors which either facilitate or impede a patient's adaptation to haemodialysis.