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Book Review

Pulmonary Ventilation and Its Physiological Regulation

Book Review

Toxaemias of Pregnancy. Human and Veterinary. A Ciba Foundation Symposium

Book Review

Pharmacology

Book Review

Books Received

Book Review

Nerve Impulse. Transactions of the First Conference, March 2–3, 1950, New York

Book Review

Researches on the Measurement of Human Performance

Book Review

A Syllabus of Laboratory Examinations in Clinical Diagnosis. Critical Evaluation of Laboratory Procedures in the Study of the Patient

Book Review

Patterns of Disease

Book Review

Southern Medical News

Book Review

Nasal Sinuses. An Anatomic and Clinical Consideration

Case Report

STERILITY

Case Report

THE CLINICAL FEATURES OF WALLED OFF PERFORATED PEPTIC ULCER: AN ANALYSIS OF 100 CASES

Case Report

SUPERNUMERARY URETER, BLIND AT THE CEPHALIC END, WITH ECTOPIC OPENING INTO THE ANTERIOR URETHRA

The purpose of this paper is to describe the treatment and anatomical findings of a rare type of supernumerary ureter.

Case Report

SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PEPTIC ULCER

Case Report

VOLVULUS OF THE COLON

Three cases of volvulus of the sigmoid are reported, treated by intubation and laparotomy. Attention is called to the possibility of conservative management without laparotomy by intubation via proctoscope. Prompt diagnosis by physical and x-ray findings, and the absence of leukocytosis or gangrene seen by proctoscope, make the conservative treatment…

Case Report

THE PSYCHIC ASPECTS OF STERILITY AND ABORTION

Case Report

THE CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE PAINFUL SHOULDER

Case Report

THE PROBLEM OF THE SILENT GALLSTONE

A brief review of the history of mortality in biliary tract surgery indicates that there has been a marked lowering of operative risk during very recent years. Given an experienced surgeon with adequate facilities the danger of elective cholecystectomy in the able bodied patient today is certainly very slight. However,…

Case Report

XYLOCAINE: A NEW LOCAL ANESTHETIC AGENT

Xylocaine, a new and synthetic local anesthetic agent, is presented and compared to the existing local anesthetic agents.A comparison is made with four other commonly used agents (by use of skin wheals) to determine ratios of toxicity.Its use as the sole anesthetic agent for thorocoplasties, resections, and so on, is…

Case Report

SIMPLE OR RADICAL MASTECTOMY? AS ANALYSIS OF CASES

The statistics compiled from the cases of breast carcinoma seen at the North Carolina Baptist Hospital indicate that simple mastectomy with postoperative roentgenotherapy offers a better prognosis than radical mastectomy. Admittedly, this series of cases is quite small, but until larger series are available, the cumulative data from such small…

Case Report

THE MANAGEMENT OF THE BORDERLINE PELVIS

In summary, a borderline pelvis is no longer a problem to the competent obstetrician. The adequacy of such a pelvis depends upon the size and position of the fetus and the force of the uterine contractions in relationship to the size of the pelvis.(1) Clinical evaluation of the capacity of…

Case Report

MEDICAL TREATMENT OF PEPTIC ULCER

A 48-year-old man was believed to have an osteoarthritis of the spine. He was suffering with severe and incapacitating backache. There were no digestive symptoms. A penetrating duodenal ulcer was found. Appropriate treatment of this relieved the backache.A 57-year-old man, a known diabetic, developed precordial pain. This was related to…

Case Report

THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL MEDICINE: WHO WILL BELL THE CAT?

Editorial

BLOOD IODINE

Editorial

HORMONES IN WHEAT GERM

Editorial

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From Journals of 1926

Editorial

ANEMIA IN ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER

Original Article

HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA