Parents, patients and practitioners referring cases are often highly critical in their attitude and reluctant to have various diagnostic procedures instituted for the proper evaluation of recurrent urinary tract infections.
The incidence of 11,6% maldescent in a series of 103 cases of testicular tumours, is in accordance with the figure quoted in the literature.
Patients suffering from depressive illness were admitted to a double-blind trial comparing the efficacy and tolerability of maprotiline and amitriptyline.
Hospitalisation enhances the risk of affective disturbances in sick children due to the separation that It brings between the child and his mother and familiar home surroundings.
Gonadotrophin excretion in patients with anorexia nervosa or obesity was examined during dietary treatment.
Foetal pH estimations are most helpful in evaluating the intra-uterine condition of the foetus.
Much is known of men who have contributed little of permanence to the history of medicine, but comparatively little is known of those men who have contributed much.