Issue - Southern Medical Association

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DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF BRONCHIECTASIS

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UROLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDHOOD

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FIBRIN BODIES IN PNEUMOTHORAX CAVITIES: REPORT OF CASE

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HOOKWORM DISEASE IN CERTAIN PARTS OF THE SOUTH: A NEW PLAN OF ATTACK

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FEDERAL AND LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH

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TREATMENT OF ACUTE EMPYEMA BY THE OPEN METHOD

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ACUTE VERTEBRAL FRACTURES WITHOUT CORD INJURY

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GUANIDINE AS A TOXIC SUBSTANCE IN THE BLOOD OF INFANTS FOLLOWING ACUTE DEHYDRATION

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PERSONAL EXPERIENCES WITH LEPROSY

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CANCER OF THE LARGE BOWEL

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PRENATAL CARE

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ANASTOMOSES IN GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY, EMPLOYING A NEW ASEPTIC BUTTON

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IMMUNIZING THE SINUS PATIENT

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE RAILROAD SURGEON

Editorial

MILD SUPRARENAL DEFICIENCIES

Editorial

GLEANINGS FROM RECENT JOURNALS

Editorial

ETIOLOGY OF CERTAIN TYPES OF THYROID DISEASE

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RELATION OF CANCERS OF THE SKIN AND SKIN APPENDAGES TO FOCAL LESIONS IN OTHER ECTODERMAL STRUCTURES STUDY IV

Book Review

Diabetes

Book Review

The Nurse’s Medical Lexicon

Book Review

The Rockefeller Foundation Annual Report, 1930

Book Review

The Principles and Practice of Perimetry

Book Review

Functional Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract

Book Review

Cancer and Race

Book Review

Female Sex Hormonology

Book Review

Handbook of Skin Diseases

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

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BREECH PRESENTATIONS

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SOME UROLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF THE SOUTH

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TUBERCULIN TEST AND THE X-RAY IN TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL

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OCULAR ONCHOCERCOSIS

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RECENT NEUROLOGICAL ADVANCES AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN THE FIELD OF MEDICINE

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PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH MENSTRUATION BASED ON A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS AND AN ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONNAIRES SENT TO 1,000 PHYSICIANS

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PSYCHOTHERAPEUTICS IN GENERAL PRACTICE