In a series of 115 Black patients admitted to a chronic haemodialysis programme over a 4-year period, a definitive pathological diagnosis was made in 70 cases.
Patients with type I hyperlipoproteinaemia present with relatively normal plasma levels of very-Iowdensity lipoprotein (VLDL) together with marked hyperchylomicronaemia.
The osteoplastic flap technique as an approach to the frontal sinus has been a well-established concept since the 19th century.
In an open non-comparative clinical trial 64 patients older than 18 years with American Society of Anesthesiologists ratings of I and II were studied.
Thirty patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma who underwent BCG vaccine immunotherapy are presented.
Diuretics increase renal magnesium excretion and, when chronically administered, decrease intracellular magnesium levels.
The aetiology of Reye's syndrome is uncertain. Factors such as environment (urban or rural), socioeconomic conditions and race seem to influence the variation in incidence.
Voluntary responses to peripheral stimulation in 12 normal subjects and 12 parkinsonian patients in the same age group were examined electromyographically.
A case of classic addisonian pernicious anaemia is descriptionbed in a 28-year-old Coloured woman with a 15-year history of anaemia.
Three cases of phaeochromocytoma are descriptionbed.
Reiter's syndrome and ankylosing spondylitis are rare in the Black patient.