Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Atlas of General Surgery

Book Review

Hypothermic Anesthesia

Book Review

Classics of Biology

Book Review

Pediatrics

Book Review

Annual Epidemiological and Vital Statistics, 1953

Book Review

The Morphology of Human Blood Cells

Book Review

Clinical Management of Renal Failure

Case Report

Recovery From Acute Renal Failure Following Twenty-Five Days of Oliguria

Case Report

Agranulocytosis Due to Chlorpromazine

Editorial

STAFF MONITORS

Editorial

DOES FERROUS SULPHATE AFFECT THE GUAIAC TEST FOR OCCULT BLOOD?

Editorial

PROCTOSCOPIC EXAMINATIONS

Article

Regression of Pulmonary Hypertension in Postoperative Mitral Stenosis

These studies give objective evidence of the improvement in pulmonary hypertension accomplished by commissurotomy. It is through this means that the patient gains a prolongation of life.

Article

Cryotherapy in the Treatment of Stingray Wounds

For the physician on the seacoast, these suggestions will be helpful if he is called upon to treat stingray wounds.

Article

Trial of Poly(methylene-4-hydroxybenzenearsonic acid) in Amebiasis

The author reports his results with a new amebicide which seems to give good results.

Article

The Unnecessary Cost of Dermatologic Illness

Article

Autotransfusion: Its Use in Acute Hemothorax

In chest injuries, accompanied by hemothorax, there is available a good supply of compatible blood which may be rapidly aspirated and be used for autotransfusion. The author urges this procedure.

Article

Medical Rehabilitation Board and/or Evaluation Clinic and the Practitioner

Article

Nystatin in the Treatment of Candida Albicans Infections

Troublesome infections with Candida albicans seem to respond well to this new antibiotic whether used orally or locally.

Article

Consideration of the Relationship of Smoking to Lung Cancer: With a Review of the Literature

The argument over the place of cigarette smoking in the etiology of bronchogenic cancer continues to be waged and is far from settled. The author believes no good proof of the importance of smoking has been brought forth.

Article

The Role of Motivation in the Rehabilitation Process: Key to Eventual Employment

Article

Deserpidine (Canescine) for the Treatment of Hypertension

Another alkaloid of Rauwolfia has been studied and the results described.

Article

Selective Placement in Industry: The Need for Collaboration of Medical and Social Agencies

Article

Congenital Anomalies in Children

Attention is directed to congenital anomalies which at times are misinterpreted as those of acquired disease.

Article

Accomplishing the Ultimate Job Objective: The Importance of Meticulous Planning and Efficient Rehabilitative Administration

Article

Close Liaison of the Physiatrist with Industry: Its Need in Follow-Up Reports

Article

Chronic Secretory Otitis Media: Diagnosis and Treatment

Though the various chemotherapeutic agents and antibiotics have decreased markedly the purulent complications of middle ear disease, they may be the cause of the great number of instances of sterile fluid persisting in the middle ear. This chronic disease, resulting in a high incidence of impaired hearing, should be constantly…

Article

Transtracheal Analgesia: Its Place in Anesthetic Practice

The technic, the indications for, and the advantages of transtracheal analgesia are fully presented by the authors.

Announcement

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Original Article

Factors Associated with Accidental Poisoning Of Children: A Progress Report from the Louisville Poisoning Control Program

Here is a paper which should be read by every physician who plays the role of family doctor.

Original Article

Proteins in Muscular Dystrophy

The author presents his thoughts and observations on the use of protein hydrolysates in muscular dystrophy.

Original Article

Chronic Urticaria

The point that chronic urticaria is less often of allergic origin than a signal of systemic disease is well taken. This puts the emphasis on an etiologic diagnosis.

Original Article

Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

Here is a discussion of the indications for treatment and the results in a lesion which is relatively rare.

Original Article

The Current Status of Intravenous Cholecystography and Cholangiography

The intravenous use of contrast media made available in the past several years has greatly extended the investigation of the biliary tract, and particularly in patients from whom the gallbladder has been removed.

Original Article

Types of Headache and Their Treatment

The etiologic factors in vascular headaches are varied and many. Treatment of headache is outlined.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

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