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The experiences of infertile African women in Durban.
The experiences of African women with primary infertility were explored. These women were from Durban and surrounding rural areas, in KwaZulu / Natal. The aims of the study were to describe their perception of infertility ...
The value of morphological analysis in duodenal ulcer therapy
This study was designed to examine two premises: that the morphological "severity" of duodenal ulcers (DU) may influence the incidence of drug mediated healing and the morphological "quality" of healing after curative ...
Disability grant assessments at Nqutu, Kwazulu-Natal.
No abstract available.
Test translation in a South African context using the peabody picture vocabulary test-revised.
This study explored the feasibility of using test translation to adapt a standard English vocabulary test for Zulu speakers. It was motivated by the difficulties associated with assessing speakers of the African ...
The effect of childbirth on the anal sphincters demonstrated by anal endosonography and neurophysiological tests.
Obstetric trauma is a major cause of faecal incontinence in women resulting in considerable social disability. Until recently the development of faecal incontinence has been attributed largely to damage to the pelvic nerves. ...
An investigation of different approaches to the prevention of alcohol abuse among black adolescents : a community based partnership approach.
According to Amos (1989) the use of, and the attitudes towards alcohol amongst young people in Africa is an area about which little is known but which has potentially major health implications. Neither has much been done ...