Issue - Southern Medical Association

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EPIDEMIOLOGIC IMPLICATIONS OF POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS IN THE THROAT

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MEDDLESOME MIDWIFERY

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THE USE OF ERESIPHAKE IN CATARACT EXTRACTION

SUMMARY(1) The eresipbake is recommended as the method of choice in extraction of intumescent cataracts. It is safe and effective, however, in any case suitable for intracapsular extraction with forceps.(2) A tip of new design, constructed to minimize the rupture of the lens capsule, has been presented. The “handle” of…

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TRANSVERSE COLOSTOMY IN CHRONIC ULCERATIVE PROCTOCOLITIS

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CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF TROPICAL EOSINOPHILIA

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FIBROSITIS

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SICKLEMIA ITS PATHOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE

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RADICAL TREATMENT OF BLADDER TUMORS BY ELECTRORESECTION

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THE PHYSICIAN’S RESPONSIBILITY IN CEREBRAL PALSY

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CARCINOMA OF THE CERVIX

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE 1948 POLIOMYELITIS EPIDEMIC IN NORTH CAROLINA

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HYPERPYREXIA DUE TO “DEMEROL”

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MULTIPLE SUBCUTANEOUS ABSCESSES

SUMMARYThe case of a patient with multiple self-induced subcutaneous abscesses is presented.

Announcement

REPORT OF COUNCIL

Book Review

Medial Writing. The Technic and the Art

Book Review

The Hospital Care of Neurostrgical Patients

Book Review

Hernia. Anatomy, Etiology, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment

Editorial

STREPTOMYCIN IN WHOOPING COUGH

Editorial

CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM AND ITS THERAPY

Editorial

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From Journals Of 1924

Editorial

ESTROGEN AND TWO VITAMINS

Southern Medical News

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY SURGEONS

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THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF BULBAR POLIOMYELITIS

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SOME OBSERVATIONS ON PATIENTS WITH AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS

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PYOGENIC EMPYEMA WITH EXTENSION BELOW THE DIAPHRAGM

SUMMARY(1) Transdiaphragmatic extension of thoracic empyema is uncommon.(2) A review of the literature reveals twelve cases, to which the authors have added three cases.(3) The anatomical pathways are discussed.(4) The mortality in such cases is high.

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FAMILIAL MYOCLOXUS

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BALANITIS XEROTICA OBLITERANS A REPORT OF TWO CASES

SUMMARY(1) A brief review has been presented of the American literature to date on the condition Stuhmer described as balanitis xerotica obliterans.(2) Two additional cases are reported which were treated with testosterone.