A patient with acute myocardial infarction exhibited bradicardia-dependent bundle-branch block, which changed to tachycardia-dependent bundle-branch block, and eventually returned to normal intraventricular conduction.
Island flap reconstruction of the amputated thumb is briefly descriptionbed.
A shunt operation was undertaken in 53 patients with ventricular septal defect, obstruction to the outflow tract of the right ventricle, and subnormal pulmonary blood flow.
A study to assess the contraceptive efficacy of, and the tolerance to, a 'normophasic' steroid contraceptive (Ovanon) was undertaken.
A case of dystrophia myotonica in a 58-year-old White man presenting with dysphagia and abdominal pain, is reported.
The accurate clinical diagnosis of acute pulmonary embolism is still a great problem.
A case of disseminated Histoplasma capsulatum infection, which concomitant adrenal cortical insufficiency, occurring in a 53-year-old Coloured male, is descriptionbed.
An analysis is made of the types of problem experienced by 32 children with learning disabilities as assessed by the occupational therapist.
A 16-week-pregnant patient with hydatidiform mole presented with overt features of hyperthyroidism confirmed by elevated protein-bound iodine and total serum thyroxine levels.
Seven plasma proteins were studied in 35 burn patients for a period of 6 months after injury.
A case of rupture of a lower uterine segment Caesarean section scar in association with a second-trimester abortion in a grand multipara is reported.
Colonic atresia is a rare condition, and only 69 cases have been reported.
A theory of personality assessment by means of the Thematic Apperception Test is presented.
Two potentially fatal conditions are associated with exercise in a hot environment like that of South Africa. They are heat stroke, and acute renal failure.