The oases here analysed have been collected during the year 1925 from
the Nottingham Clinic for Veneral Diseases and the little hospital run in
conjunction with it.
This is an independent c l i n i c , working apart from any other
institution and fed alike from the General Hospital, Eye Infirmary, Blind
Institution, Ear, Hose & Throat Hospital, Child welfare and Antenatal
clinics, and by the general practitioners of the city. These facts are
here mentioned at the outset to indicate that the cases may be fairly
regarded as representative of late congenital syphilis as it exists in
the community at large.