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Guidelines for the treatment of urethral strictures
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Steep gradients of inert substances as supports for precipitin reactions
Precipitin reactions were conducted in the wells of micro titer plates and the light 'absorbance' at 405nm plotted as a function of the neg log2 dilutions of the antigens using the Titertek Multiscan apparatus. The procedure ...
Onyalai in Namibia. Clinical manifestations, haematological findings, course and management of 103 patients in the Kavango territory
A series of 103 patients with onyalai, from the Kavango territory in Namibia, is recorded. In addition to haemorrhagic bullae in every patient, epistaxis was present in 53, petechiae and ecchymoses in 23, subconjunctival ...
Isolation of Vibrio cholerae non-O1 from cerebrospinal fluid
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Propofol in total intravenous anaesthesia without nitrous oxide
Propofol and methohexitone were evaluated as hypnotics in a total intravenous anaesthesia technique without nitrous oxide in 50 patients of ASA grade 1 or 2. Analgesia was provided by a constant alfentanil infusion and the ...
Esosinophilic granuloma of the stomach
Two patients with eosinophilic granuloma of the stomach are discussed. The first patient had extensive and time-consuming investigations before the diagnosis was confirmed after surgery, while the second patient's presentation ...
A pressure-regulated 'bagging' device - a pilot study
The use of current devices for 'bagging' patients presents two hazards: peak inflation pressure cannot be regulated or measured, and therefore barotrauma could result and hypoxia secondary to inadequate ventilation is a ...
Haplotypes identified by 10 DNA restriction fragment length polymorphisms at the human low density lipoprotein receptor gene locus
Ten useful two allele restriction fragment length polymorphisms of the low density lipoprotein receptor gene were used for haplotype analysis in 45 unrelated familial hypercholesterolaemic (FH) patients, 60 normal controls, ...
Blastomycosis in Namibia - Report of a case successfully treated with itraconazole
The clinical, histological, mycological, radiological and scintigraphic features of a 42-year-old Namibian male with blastomycosis are described. This appears to be the first documented incidence of blastomycosis in Namibia. ...
The identification of a 'necklace' murder victim
The necklacing method of murder is a feature of political unrest in South Africa and has become part of an emotive scenario which symbolises the resistance of the radical left in the political spectrum. The dramatic nature ...