Issue - Southern Medical Association

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ESTROGENIC HORMONE THERAPY IN SUNLIGHT ERUPTIONS OF THE FEMALE

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AIR INJECTION (PNEUMARTHROGRAPHY) AS AN AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF INDUSTRIAL AND ATHLETIC INJURIES OF THE KNEE JOINT

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THE ROLE OF SURGERY IN RENAL AND URETERAL CALCULI

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JUVENILE RHEUMATISM

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ROENTGEN RAY STUDIES OF MEDIASTINAL TUMORS

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TABETIC BLADDER DISCUSSION OF ETIOLOGY WITH CYSTOMETRIC AND PATHOLOGIC STUDIES

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MANAGEMENT OF INOPERABLE PROSTATIC CARCINOMA

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INJURIES TO THE BONY PELVIS

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ACUTE CONFUSIONAL STATES OF OLD AGE THEIR INTERPRETATION AND TREATMENT

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GRANULOSA CELL TUMOR OF OVARY CASE REPORT

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THE EFFECT OF TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE ON SPERMATOGENESIS IN THE HUMAN

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RUPTURE OF THE AORTA CONTRASTED WITH RUPTURED AORTIC VALVE CUSP

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CHEST INJURIES FOLLOWING AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS

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CHRONIC SUBDURAL HEMATOMA ITS IMPORTANCE TO THE NEUROLOGIST, PSYCHIATRIST, AND NEUROLOGIC SURGEON

Book Review

Modern Surgical Technic

Editorial

TOXEMIA OF PREGNANCY

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TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From Journals of 1914

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SULFANILAMIDE, SULFAPYRIDINE, AND RELATED COMPOUNDS

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GLEANINGS FROM RECENT JOURNALS

Announcement

OFFICERS 1938-1939

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

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A SIMPLE TECHNIC FOR GASTRO-INTESTINAL AND INTESTINAL ANASTOMOSES BY MEANS OF A NEW BUTTON

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DEEP NECK ABSCESSES

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A FINGER CALIPER FOR REDUCTION OF PHALANGEAL AND METACARPAL FRACTURES BY SKELETAL TRACTION

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CHRONIC BRUCELLOSIS

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A SIMPLIFIED HIGH CARBOHYDRATE DIET IN DIABETES MELLITUS

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PARALYTIC ILEUS AND INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION COMPLICATING SKELETAL INJURIES

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POSTERIOR BONE BLOCK IN TALIPES EQUINUS SOME FACTORS DETERMINING THE END RESULTS

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ENDOMETRIOSIS REVIEW OF INCIDENCE IN 1,453 ABDOMINAL PELVIC OPERATIONS AT ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL. 1935-1937, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT