Coronary heart disease is the major cause of death in White and Indian populations in South Africa.
A study of 124 pregnant Natal Indian diabetics is presented, based on the experience gained during the past 4.5 years.
The australopithecine fossils of South and East Africa have provided evidence of an early stage in physical and cultural hominization.
A series of 36 cases with crushed chest injuries is presented.
A classification of diabetic retinopathy is presented. Difficulties are descriptionbed in the assessment of therapy owing to natural cyclical variations of retinopathy.