Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Clinical Examinations in Neurology

Book Review

Neuropharmacology. Transactions of the Second Conference, May 25, 26 and 27, 1955

Book Review

Comparative Anatomy of the Eye

Book Review

Administrative Medicine. Transactions of the Fourth Conference

Book Review

Paper Electrophorcsis. Ciba Foundation Symposium

Book Review

Anatomy for Surgeons: Volume 2. The Thorax, Abdomen and Pelvis

Book Review

Alcoholism

Book Review

Practical Pediatric Dermatology

Book Review

Your Wonderful Body

Book Review

Modern Operative Surgery

Book Review

Community Organization: Action and Inaction

Book Review

Hunterdon Medical Center

Book Review

Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary

Book Review

Meat Hygiene. World Health Organization Monograph Series No. 33

Book Review

The Treatment of Fractures – Volume 1. Translated from the Thirteenth German Edition

Book Review

Environment and the Deaf Child

Book Review

Organized Home Medical Care in New York City

Book Review

Handbook of Pediatric Medical Emergencies

Book Review

Therapeutic Exercise for Body Alignment and Function

Book Review

Malaria Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Book Review

Epileptic Seizures

Editorial

SERUM 5-NUCLEOTIDASE IN CARDIAC DECOMPENSATION

Editorial

THE ROLE OF MATERNAL MORTALITY COMMITTEES IN TODAY’S OBSTETRICS

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

Experiences in the Treatment of Human Beings with Antirabic Vaccine in South Carolina

Antirabies vaccine whose use is not without danger is used all too frequently in the absence of definite indications.

Original Article

Tumors of the Testis: A Study of 115 Cases

Prognosis is discussed in terms of extention and metastases from the tumors.

Original Article

The Management of Physiological Nocturnal Enuresis

The problem of enuresis is of great importance to the patient and his family. Organic disease must be ruled out before one may embark on a regimen aimed at a change in habits.

Original Article

Trends in Public Health Programs

The problems facing the country in the field of public health are large and complex. They can be met only by cooperation of all community resources of which the medical profession is one of the most important

Original Article

Treatment of Wilms’ Tumor: Report of Three Consecutive Ten Year Cures

The author feels that preoperative irradiation of the Wilms' tumor offers a better result than immediate nephrectomy with postoperative irradiation.

Original Article

Intravenous Cholangiography

The author points to both the contribution made by intravenous cholangiography in diagnosis and to the untoward reactions which may occur. The interpretation of results requires some experience with this method.

Original Article

The Poliomyelitis Patient with Respiratory Failure: Diagnosis, Management, and Results of Treatment

Respiratory aids have put an entirely new aspect on the outlook of patients having bulbar poliomyelitis or having involvement of the muscles of respiration. However, the rehabilitation of such patients is the ultimate problem which involves a highly specialized team including the patient's family and his doctor. The problem is…

General Information

PROGRAM, SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Fifty-First Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, November 11-14, 1957

Southern Medical News

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