Issue - Southern Medical Association

25 Years Ago

25 YEARS AGO

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Glaucoma: A Symposium Organized by The Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences Under Auspices of UNESCO and WHO

Book Review

The Recovery Room – Immediate Postoperative Management

Book Review

The Flavonoids in Biology and Medicine. A Critical Review

Book Review

Internal Secretions of the Pancreas, Volume 9 of Ciba Foundation Colloquia on Endocrinology

Book Review

Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis

Book Review

Histamine. Ciba Foundation Symposium Jointly with The Physiological Society and The British Pharmacological Society

Book Review

An Atlas of the Head, Neck and Trunk

Book Review

Handbook of Toxicology. Volume I, Acute Toxicities

Book Review

Group Processes. Transactions of the First Conference

Book Review

Clinical Hematology

Book Review

Strabismus, Diagnosis and Treatment

Book Review

Laboratory Identification of Pathogenic Fungi Simplified

Book Review

Atlas of Exfoliative Cytology, Supplement I

Book Review

Fluid Balance Handbook for Practitioners

Book Review

Noradrenaline, Chemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology and Clinical Aspects

Book Review

Diseases of the Chest

Book Review

Pathology

Book Review

The Laboratory Diagnosis of Coagulation Defects

Book Review

Tumors of the Skin

Book Review

The Happy Life of a Doctor

Book Review

Modern Trends in Orthopaedics

Book Review

Wire Brush Surgery

Book Review

Treatment of Migraine

Book Review

Gynecologic Nursing

Book Review

J.A.M.A. Queries and Minor Notes

Case Report

An Unusual Case of Infectious Mononucleosis: Treatment by Roentgen Therapy

Case Report

Sudden Death in Pregnancy Due to the Sickle Cell Trait

Editorial

ALBUMINURIA FROM EXERCISE

Editorial

ACCIDENTAL POISONING

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

IV. Severely Disabled and Geriatric Patients: A Review of Improved Methods for Rehabilitative Management

Original Article

The Children’s Doctor and Delinquency

Here is a field in which the doctor as a citizen can make an important contribution to his community.

Original Article

Keratoacanthoma: A Frequent But Rarely Recognized Skin Lesion Confused with Squamous Carcinoma

It appears that this is a benign lesion whose true nature has been recognized only recently.

Original Article

Urinary Diversion: Case Report of Vesicorectostomy

The author reviews the several methods of providing for diversion of the urine from the bladder when necessary. The complications of such procedures are enumerated. He describes a case in which vesicorectostomy was done.

Original Article

Medullary Fixation of Fractures: Results in One Hundred Consecutive Cases

The author emphasizes the indications for open reduction and the medullary fixation of fractures. His results in these selected cases have been good in terms of functional and cosmetic results.

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Value of the Grantham Lobotomy

This type of lobotomy is unaccompanied by some of the untoward complications following other forms of psychosurgery. The author believes it has its clear-cut indications in types of conditions unresponsive to the tranquilizing drugs.

Original Article

Newly Differentiated Viruses

The boundaries of knowledge in the field of virology have been extended amazingly in the past decade by new technics of study.

Original Article

The Use of Gamma Globulin in Allergy

Here is an interesting approach to some of the problems in allergy, though much study and evaluation will be needed for a final analysis.

Original Article

Complications of Endometriosis of the Sigmoid Colon

Endometriosis may present some fascinating problems in differential diagnosis. If the condition is kept in mind, the diagnosis may be most challenging.

Original Article

The Treponemal Tests for Syphilis

Increasing knowledge of the humoral antibodies against T. pallidum has led to a number of new diagnostic tests for syphilis. The author has reviewed and compared these as to availability, technic, results and cost.

Original Article

Benign Tumors of the Rectum Potentially Malignant

The author emphasizes that tumors of the rectum usually thought to be benign may become malignant.

Original Article

II. The Role of the Physiatrist as Consultant to the General Practitioner in Problems of Rehabilitation Management

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I. Principles of Rehabilitation of the Tuberculous Patient for Industry

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Symposium on the Rehabilitative Management of the Severely Disabled, Chronically III, and Aging

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III. Basic Concepts for the Restoration of the Psychiatric Patient to the Community and Employment

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Environmental Cancer Hazards: A Problem of Community Health

The epidemiologic approach to cancer reveals interesting and provocative data. Surely this is a field which has been neglected.

Original Article

Reflux Ureteropyelograms in Children

This simple method of studying the urinary tract may be of great aid in the young child in whom cystoscopy may be difficult or may be refused by the family.

Original Article

Summary of Symposium

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Medical Standards for Licensing Drivers of Federally Owned Motor Vehicles

Careful evaluation of the physical state of the auto operator is a matter of common sense both for the safety of the driver and the public he meets on the road. Government employees should meet the necessary criteria of health.

Original Article

Urinary Findings Resulting From Nontraumatic Exercise

Albuminuria, cylindruria and hematuria occur after severe exercise. This study considers these problems and their significance in terms of renal physiology.

Original Article

Electric Shock Treatment without Fear

The patient's fear of shock treatment frequently interferes either with its use or its completion if begun. It is obvious that fear must be reduced to a minimum by proper management of the patient.

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