Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

Books Received

Book Review

Ankylosing Spondylitis

Book Review

Head Injuries and Their Management

Book Review

Collected Papers of The Mayo Clinic and The Mayo Foundation

Book Review

Cytology of thc Blood and Blood-Forming Organs

Book Review

Gynecologic Cancer

Book Review

The Nonvenereal Diseases of the Genitals

Book Review

Techniques in Blood Grouping

Book Review

The American Drug Index

Book Review

A Pictorial History of Medicine

Book Review

The Truth About Cancer

Book Review

Psychosomatic Genesis of Coronary Artery Disease

Book Review

The Management of Menstrual Disorders

Book Review

Excitability of the Heart

Case Report

Two Unusual Tumors of the Parathyroid Gland

Editorial

TREATMENT OF TEMPORAL ARTERITIS

Editorial

MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN WOMEN

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

General Information

Miami Beach Plans

Meeting Minutes

MINUTES. PRECONVENTION EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING. THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION. WOMAN’S AUXILIARY TO THE SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

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Some Interesting Experiences in Teaching Psychiatry to General Practitioners

The authors describe a new approach in postgraduate instruction in the field of psychiatry.

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An Evaluation of Phenylbutazone (Butazolidin) in the Treatment of Gout, Rheumatoid Spondylitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and other Conditions of the Musculoskeletal System

The authors have found phenylbutazone of aid in the management of several diseases of the musculoskeletal system without too serious manifestations of toxicity.

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Adenomatosis of the Colon and Rectum

The serious implications of adenomatosis of the large bowel is emphasized. Treatment must be radical to meet this threat to life.

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Internal Procidentia of the Rectum

By proper evaluation of the history and adequate maneuvers in the examination this condition can be diagnosed. The author discusses the management as well.

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Neurological and Neurosurgical Complications Associated with Pregnancy and the Puerperium

The occurrence or presence of symptomatic neurologic lesions during the course of pregnancy may be difficult of recognition since the manifestations may be thought to be those of pregnancy.

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Communication of Information

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Dangers in the Use of Topical Corticosteroids in Disorders of the Eye

The author warns against the indiscriminate use of combinations of corticosteroids and antibiotics in the eye.

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Anemia Due to Gynecologic Disease: Its Correction by the Use or Iron Orally

Established facts, tried by time, are sometimes forgotten, especially by younger men who, in their training period, desire to use the more direct and active approach to treatment through the needle than by using physiologic routes. This paper serves as a timely reminder that with a little patience, inexpensive and…

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Radioactive Isotopes in Medicine

The author briefly reviews the areas in medicine in which radioactive isotopes have found a place either in diagnosis or treatment.

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Ringworm of the Scalp in Children Treated at an Atlanta Pediatric Clinic

Cultures for cases of ringworm of the scalp provided the incidence of the several fungi which may be pathogenic.

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Proper Selection of Physiologic Methods in the Study of Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease

Cardiac catheterization, intra-arterial pressure-pulse curves, and oximetry at the ear are methods which have a practical application in diagnosis and prognosis in various types of heart disease. They are often essential in the proper selection of patients for cardiac surgery.

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Ectopic Pregnancy: A Review of Cases

Ectopic pregnancy must always have a place in the differential diagnosis of abdominal pain or other symptoms in any woman in the childbearing age. A careful history is essential.

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Obstetrics – Our Past, Our Present and Our Future

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Adhesions of the Labia Minora: Treatment with Topical Estrogenic Ointment

This not infrequent finding may lead to misdiagnosis with consequent worry in the parents. Its successful treatment is simple.

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The Use of Radioiodine in the Cardiac Patient

Radioiodine has had an increasing use in several clinical conditions. This series of papers summarizes present-day knowledge of its place in a variety of circumstances.

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Electronic Amplification of Fluoroscopy in the Private Office

This interesting new tool seems capable of extending the radiologist's fluoroscopic accuracy in troublesome diagnostic fields. Its use will no doubt be extended as more and more experience is gained with time.

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Hemangiomas of Pregnancy

The vascular changes probably related to hormonal alterations and as found in liver disease and pregnancy, have attracted attention in recent years. Hemangiomas of pregnancy probably fall into the same category.

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Coccygectomy

This is an operation which had fallen into disrepute. It seems to have its indications, but for success the patients must be chosen on a strictly individual basis.

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Care of the Injured Hand

The responsibility is great for the doctor who first treats injuries of the hand. So much of the patient's future use of the hand or need for secondary repair depends on the judgment of the one who sees and treats him first.

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The Use of Radioiodine in the Hyperthyroid Patient

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The Role of a Specialty-Proctology

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Appendicitis – A Clinical Study: Study Based on 794 Patients

This is the kind of study which should appear from time to time as a yardstick to which others should compare their diagnostic errors in conditions suggestive of acute appendicitis.

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X-Ray Therapy in the Private Practice of Dermatology

Three dermatologists have collaborated in a study to learn to what use they put x-ray therapy in their dermatologic practice.

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The Components of a Chronic Disease Control Program

The aging population poses many questions in terms of maintenance of health, early treatment of disease, and especially in rehabilitation. Care must not be limited only to prolongation of life, but rather to a healthful old age and one offering as little burden as possible to others.

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A New Concept of Noncoronary Precordial Pain

Pain referred to the precordium offers a common diagnostic problem, particularly so in the patient suffering from heart disease, either presently or in one who has had coronary closure. Especially is this true in the person who has “heart consciousness,” and anxiety about heart disease. The author's thoughts concerning the…

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Fractures About the Hand

Tiiis paper again emphasizes the enormous responsibility which the doctor assumes when treating injuries of the hand. Second to the eyes the hands are a person's most valuable membeis in everyday life.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

25 Years Ago

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From Journals of 1932