Issue - Southern Medical Association

25 Years Ago

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

25 Years Ago

Incomplete Dilatation of the Lungs As a Factor in Neonatal Mortality

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Article

A Study of Various Types of Eye Injuries

This interesting study points the way to needs in education of the public for the prevention of disability.

Article

Compensatory Renal Hypertrophy and the Anterior Pituitary

Here are some interesting findings and thoughts concerning a function of the anterior lobe of the pituitary, if there has been loss in renal mass, and its relationship to hypertension.

Article

Radiologic Evaluation of Chest Lesions in Children

The radiographic study of pulmonary lesions in children presents difficulties in technic and interpretation not encountered in adults. As always there is the primary need of supplying the radiologist with clinical data which may assist him in his interpretation of the shadows encountered on the film.

Article

The Treatment of Inoperable Prostatic Carcinoma with Radioactive Gold

The use of radioactive gold in the treatment of inoperable carcinoma of the prostatic is still in he experimental stage. Nevertheless the results are worthy of careful evaluation.

Article

The Role of Surgery in the Present Day Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis: A Review of 143 Consecutive Operations

The authors present their results in the surgical approach to pulmonary tuberculosis. A review of the literature offers a comparison for the evaluation of their results.

Article

Allergy of Today

This essay is an interesting survey of the problem of allergy as it touches every practitioner of medicine today.

Article

Trauma to the Abdominal and Retroperitoneal Viscera as it Concerns the Radiologist

The contribution the radiologist may make in the diagnosis of injury to the abdominal viscera is outstanding.

Article

A Review of Experimental Studies Upon the Etiology of Carcinoma of the Cervix in Humans and Animals

Article

Injuries of the Extremities: The Most Common Among Motoring Casualties

This evaluation of injuries sustained in automobile accidents is time worthy and points the way to greater safety for the rider.

Article

Prophylactic Use of Quinidine Following Myocardial Infarction

From the authors' experience it would seem that the use of quinidine, in patients having a myocardial infarction, offers protection against ventricular arrhythmias and possible sudden death.

Article

The Dermatologic Management of Pruritus

Praritis may be one of the most distressing symptoms the doctor is called upon to treat. The author reviews the agents at hand which have been used more or less empirically in treatment.

Article

The Management and Complications of Steroid Therapy for Pemphigus Vulgaris

The treatment of this fatal disease with the steroid hormones requires heroic doses, and the anticipation of the complications of such therapy.

Book Review

The Postural Complex

Book Review

Surgery of Face, Mouth, and Jaws

Book Review

Hematology

Book Review

Gynecology – Surgical Technics

Book Review

Management of Addictions

Book Review

Cancer Cells

Book Review

Diseases of the Nervous System

Book Review

Practitioners’ Conferences

Book Review

Cough Syncope (American Lecture Series)

Book Review

Cardiac Emergencies and Heart Failure

Book Review

Obstetrical Roentgenology

Case Report

Too Much Doriden

THE LOW TOXICITY of Doriden (glutaramide), an effective oral nonbarbiturate hypnotic recently developed by Ciba, is demonstrated in the following case history.

Case Report

Renal Deficiency Associated with Secondary Shock

The author reviews the mechanism and the numerous causes of secondary shock, whether medical or surgical. He discusses and illustrates the renal disease and failure which may accompany shock. An understanding of the resulting physiologic disturbances is necessary for rational management in such cases.

Case Report

The Past is Prologue – Southern Public Health Pioneering

Case Report

The Surgery of Biliary Diseases in Children

Biliary disease in children requiring surgical treatment is very infrequent. It has certain interesting aspects.

Case Report

Acute Doriden Intoxication

Editorial

THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT WITH DIVERTICULAR DISEASE

Editorial

THE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

Editorial

ALDOSTERONE

Editorial

JOHN PETTIS CULPEPPER, JR., President-Elect

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Author Index

AUTHOR INDEX

Book Review

Cold Injury. Transactions of the Third Conference February 22-25, 1954, Fort Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Book Review

Surgical Forum

Editorial

THE WASHINGTON MEETING

Editorial

GOUTY NEPHROPATHY

Editorial

TESTS FOR THE PRESENCE OF INFLAMMATION

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

Parathyroid Hyperfunction: Diagnostic Difficulties

The author reviews the steps in the diagnosis of primary hyperparathyroidism, pointing out the difficulties in early cases unless accurate biochemical determinations are available.

Original Article

The Use of Reserpine in Cerebral Palsy

The author proposes the use of reserpine in children having cerebral palsy for the control of emotional reactions which at times interfere with rehabilitative physical and similar therapies.

Original Article

Pneumoretroperitoneum Combined with Pyelography and Laminagraphy

The use of tomography along with pneumoretroperitoneum provides a most effective diagnostic tool whenever the situation justifies the increased hazard of irradiation.

Original Article

Another Method of Treatment of Subdeltoid Bursitis

In the hands of the authors, Priscoline has been found to be an effective drug in the treatment of subdeltoid bursitis.

Original Article

Trichomonal Vaginitis: An Emotionally Conditioned Symptom

The authors favor emotional stress as an important factor in the symptomatology of trichomonal vaginitis.

Original Article

Anesthesia for Pediatric Neurosurgery

In neurosurgical procedures in young children, the details of anesthesia and of preoperative and postoperative care are of double importance.

Original Article

Segmental Saphenous Ligation in the Ambulant Versus Stripping of Varicose Veins

The author considers carefully the anatomic and physiologic aspects of varicose veins. He then compares the methods of dealing with this abnormality.

Original Article

Benign Expansile Fibrous Lesions of Bone: Surgical Treatment

The author describes methods which may be used in the hope of controlling deformities in instances of expanding fibrous lesions of bone.

Original Article

An Evaluation of Antiemetic Agents in the Control of Vomiting in Children

Because of the resultant dehydration from vomiting in children, its control is desirable. Some of the newer tranquilizing drugs offer an answer to the problem in certain causes of vomiting.

Original Article

Evaluation of the Patient Having Cirrhosis as a Surgical Risk

At the present time with surgical technics available with which to attack the complications of portal cirrhosis, evaluations such as this are important aids in the decision to operate.

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

Subject Index

SUBJECT INDEX

Article

The Correlation Between the Uptake of I131, Protein-Bound Iodine and Cholesterol Levels in Normal and Abnormal Thyroid States

Article

Thyroid Hyperplasia: Report of a Case in an Infant Treated with Cobalt

Article

The Morphologic Variations of Goiter in the Lower Rio Grande Valley

Article

The Nonmalignant Thyroid Gland

Article

Physiology of the Thyroid Gland and its Hormone

Article

A Resumé of Methodology in the Study of Thyroid Function

Article

Goiter Induced by Iodide in Children

Article

Histologic Changes Produced in the Nonmalignant Thyroid Gland by Therapy

Article

Results of Treatment with Radioactive Iodine in Heart Disease

Article

Subtotal Ablation of the Thyroid Gland with a Single Dose of Radioactive Iodine-131 for the Treatment of Thyrotoxicosis

25 Years Ago

25 YEARS AGO