A series of 221 infants admitted to hospital with kwashiorkor between 1958 and 1960 has been followed up for 15 years.
Of 221 infants serially admitted to hospital with kwashiorkor and continuously observed thereafter, 116 were available for study after 15 years.
A total of 515 patients with spinal cord injuries were admitted to the Conradie Hospital's Spinal Cord Injuries Centre during a 3-year period from September 1974 to September 1977.
Hyaline membrane disease is a complication of preterm delivery and is a major cause of mortality and morbidity.
Little is known about the reasons for rupture of the fetal membranes before the onset of labour.
Cryosurgery was found valuable for the treatment of haemorrhoids in 26 patients aged over 60 years.
An endemic goitre area was discovered at Masebuko, KwaZulu.
Supervised intermittent ambulant therapy for tuberculosis is recognized as a method with numerous advantages.
Psychogeriatric assessment depends upon a multidisciplinary approach to psychiatric morbidity in the elderly.