The records of 1,472 patients consecutively admitted to a tetanus research unit have been analysed with particular attention to various prognostic criteria.
The use of psychotherapy as a scientific procedure in the treatment of the psychoneuroses and psychosomatic disorders is descriptionbed.
Four Bantu male children belonging to 2 families and suffering from an unusual haemorrhagic disorder are descriptionbed.
A case of sickle-cell thalassaemia is presented.
William Woodward, M.P.S., of Nottingham, England, compounded 'Gripe Water' in 1851 as a remedy for the watery gripes, as gastro-enteritis was then known.
The effects of the intra-uterine environment and agents used to induce general anaesthesia for caesarean section, on the condition of the newborn baby as reflected by the Apgar score, were investigated in 1,011 babies.
The results of 3 trials of niridazole in Bantu and Indian patients with urinary tract bilharziasis are reported.