Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Feeling No Pain

Book Review

The Pediatric Years

Book Review

Premature Infants

Book Review

Selection of Anesthesia

Book Review

The Pathogenesis of Poliomyelitis

Book Review

Obstetrical Anesthesia

Book Review

Sexual Precocity

Book Review

The Cornea

Book Review

The Shoulder and Environs

Book Review

Adaptive Human Fertility

Book Review

Saddle Block Anesthesia

Book Review

Splenin: A in Rheumatic Fever

Case Report

Intrahepatic Obstructive Jaundice During Prolonged Administration of Propylthiouracil

Editorial

EFFECT OF SODIUM LACTATE ON CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS

Editorial

CONSTRUCTIVE MEDICINE

Editorial

CANCER QUACKERY

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

Cancer Charlatanism

The problem of cancer quackery may be as great if nor greater than at any time in the past, because of an aging population and therefore an increasing incidence of basal and squamous cell carcinomas. This paper points up a situation in which the medical profession should take a hand.

Original Article

Practical Aspects of Formation and Prevention of Urinary Tract Calculus: A Review of 200 Successive Cases

The problem of the cause of calculi in the upper urinary tract remains unanswered. However, by attention to adequate study and management recurrence can be prevented in many patients.

Original Article

Revised Technic in Perineal Prostatectomy: Report of 110 Cases

The perineal approach to the prostate has much to recommend it under certain circumstance. The authors describe the advantages of their technic.

Original Article

Treatment of Hypertension: Part IV. Pharmacology and Therapy of Hypertensive Emergencies

Original Article

Coxa Magna

The author describes two instances of an uncommon orthopedic condition encountered in childhood.

Original Article

An Evaluation of Histamine as a Therapeutic Agent in Some Allergic Disorders

The use of histamine in the treatment of certain diseases of sensitization has fallen into disuse. A re-evaluation of its efficacy is offered by the author.

Original Article

L. E. and L. E. – Like Cells: A Morphological Study

The L.E. cell has assumed a prominent place in the diagnosis of disseminated lupus erythematosus since its first description in 1948. The authors describe cells which may simulate the L.E. cell but which they feel are different and may not have the same connotation. In any event this is laboratory…

Original Article

Radical Surgery, Electively, and After Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Cancer of the Uterine Cervix

In a search for better results in the treatment of cancer of the cervix the surgical approach and irradiation inevitably come up for comparison. The authors have evaluated their results in the hope of casting some light on the subject.

Original Article

Abdominal Pregnancy

The diagnosis of this condition can only be improved by an increased “index of suspicion” in a woman with evidences of pregnancy and complaints of abdominal pain. The management of the situation has led to controversy.

Original Article

The L. E. Test in Patients Presenting the Clinical Picture of Rheumatoid Arthritis

The specificity of the L. E. cell for disseminated lupus is questioned in some quarters. Therefore it is difficult to evaluate the significance of the L. E. cell in rheumatoid arthritis and particularly after the use of cortisone and its discontinuance.

Article

Allergic Problems in General Practice: Question and Answer Period

Here is an opportunity for the general practitioner to get answers to some of his problems in the field of allergy.

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