Issue - Southern Medical Association

Original Article

Maternal Complications in the Delivery of Infants with Congenital Malformations: A Study of 212 Cases

Congenital anomalies in the undelivered infant have serious implications. Though often impossible of diagnosis before delivery, this is not necessarily so if the obstetrician will be on the lookout for such a complication. Having made a diagnosis the potential problems and complications of labor may be anticipated.

Original Article

The Perineal Testis

The authors have recorded an experience with four cases of a rare congenital anomaly.

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“Hopeless” Malignancy

There is a definite place for irradiation treatment of malignant lesions, certainly for palliation, and at times for a remarkable unanticipated extension of life.

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Home Care of Active Tuberculosis

The author makes a good case for the treatment of selected tuberculous patients on an ambulant basis.