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Acknowledgement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Acknowledgement

Books Received

Book Review

A Handbook on Diseases of Children

Book Review

Diseases of the External Ear

Book Review

***Anatomies of Pain

Book Review

Practical Clinical Chemistry

Book Review

Clinical Electrocardiography

Book Review

Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear

Book Review

Microtechnics of Clinical Chemistry for the Routine Laboratory

Book Review

Chemistry of Lipids as Related to ***Arteriosclerosis. A Symposium

Book Review

Physical Examination in Health and Disease

Book Review

Subphrenic Abscess

Book Review

Clinical Enzymology

Book Review

Bone Tumors. General Aspects and an Analysis of 2,276 Cases

Book Review

Parapsychology. Frontier Science of the Mind

Book Review

Selected Writings of Walter E. Dandy

Book Review

A Text‐Book of X‐ray Diagnosis by British Authors

Book Review

The Infantile Cerebral Palsies

Book Review

Diseases and Disorders of the Colon

Book Review

Drugs of Choice 1958–1959

Book Review

Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease

Book Review

***Cryptarchism

Book Review

Atomic Energy in Medicine

Book Review

Practical Electrocardiography

Book Review

Heart Disease—Cause, Prevention, and Recovery

Book Review

Tumors of the Soft Somatic Tissues

Book Review

Calderwood's Orthopedic Nursing

Book Review

Symposium on Diseases and Surgery of the Lens

Book Review

The Clinical Psychologist

Book Review

Emotional Hazards in Animals and Man

Book Review

Urology and Industry

Case Report

Renocolic Fistula A Review of the Literature and a Case Report*

A REVIEW OF THE AVAILABLE LITERATURE reveals that there are only two authors who have extensively reviewed the subject in regard to previous case reports.

Editorial

THE ETIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF AORTIC INSUFFICIENCY

Editorial

ARE THERE SPECIAL MEDICAL PROBLEMS IN THE AGED?

Original Article

Lost tranquility the Indications and Contraindications for the Use of tranquilizers*

The author first considers the basic circumstances of anxiety states. the question which poses itself is, to use or not to use tranquilizers,—will they do harm or do good.

Original Article

Traumatic Hyphema*

The author classifies cases of hemorrhage in the anterior chamber on the basis of clinical findings and outlines their management.

Original Article

A Review of Orbital tumors*

The accurate diagnosis of the orbital tumors is extremely difficult. Yet it is highly important so that exenteration of the orbit may be avoided.

Original Article

Intravenous Procaine in the Management of Some Cutaneous Manifestations of Collagen Diseases*

The author describes the effects of this drug intravenously in the amelioration of symptoms and cutaneous changes in scleroderma and dematomyositis.

Original Article

Analysis of a Study of Over 500 Patients Receiving Repeated Injections of an Anesthetic Drug into the Caudal Canal*

Postoperative pain following surgical procedures upon the anus and adjacent areas may be very distressing. the authors have found caudal anesthesia very successful in controlling this pain.

Original Article

The Prevention of Cardiac Arrest in Ocular Surgery*

The author presents interesting studies to clarify the occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias which may accompany manipulation of the eyeball or its parts, and suggests prophylactic measures for the prevention of these effects.

Original Article

The Practical Clinical Application of the Treponema Pallidum Immobilization Test

The use of treponemal antigens well may replace the nonspecific serologic tests for syphilis, which have been shown to give a certain percentage of false positive reactions.

Original Article

Shoulder Pain in Quadriplegic Patients A theory As to Its Cause*

Since this type of pain is found quite frequently, the authors attempt to explain it. they believe it to be due to a muscle imbalance.

Original Article

Premature Labor and the Ruptured Marginal Sinus*

The authors again emphasize bleeding from a ruptured marginal sinus as the cause of premature labor and late abortion, being almost equal to premature rapture of the membranes in incidence.

Original Article

Listeriosis

The authors point to the increased recognition of this rare form of meningitis.

Original Article

A Clinical Analysis of Bacteria Found in 2,000 Bladder Cultures*

BECAUSE INFECTION IS THE MOST COMMON DISEASE of the bladder, an analysis of this condition merits our attention. In the interest of clarity and because some new concepts are involved, this article on bladder infection is divided into three nature. The second part presents clinical material and results from which…

Original Article

Ulcerations of the Stomach in Diaphragmatic Herniation

Herniation of the stomach through the diaphragm is not uncommon, but the radiologic demonstration of ulcer in the herniated portion is rare. the authors emphasize anemia as an important manifestation of unrecognized ulceration in the herniated portion of the stomach.

Original Article

Certain Aspects of the Practice of Medicine Among Females of Primitive and Modern Societies*

The author contrasts, in a philosophical vein, the gynecologic problems encountered in a primitive society with those of our own contemporary society.

Original Article

Clinical Diagnostic Studies of the Gastrointestinal tract Utilizing Radioisotopes*

The use of radioactive materials of one type and another orally offers a new tool for the study particularly of absorption in the gastrointestinal tract.

Original Article

Endocrine Clinic Hypopituitarism Following Postpartum Hemorrhage (Sheehan's Syndrome)

Original Article

The Colostomy technic, Management and Complications*

The problems of colostomy, both for surgeon and patient have been considered. the advantages of the single barrel type are urged.

Original Article

Conference of Rehabilitation Centers (A Report)*

The growth of interest in rehabilitation has been remarkable. It is not surprising that the increase in centers has outstripped the supply of interested physicians and even the interest on the part of the medical profession. the latter, by training and practice, has not, as yet, had the vision of…

Original Article

Study of treatment of Essential Hypertension*

By a double-blind type of study it was shown that the level of the hypertension dropped whether a placebo or an antihypertensive drug was used. the latter gave a more sustained level.

Original Article

Clinical Evaluation of Percutaneous Splenoportal Venography*

This procedure has the possibility of offering most important information relative to the vascular pattern and collateral circulation before a surgical approach to the management of portal hypertension.

Original Article

Replacement with Prosthetic Femoral Head as a Salvage Procedure*

The authors believe that old persons having had nonunion of fractures of the femoral neck or even in certain fresh fractures may gain much by the insertion of a prosthesis as a femoral head.

Original Article

Premenopausal Care the Challenge of Gynecology*

Here is presented a concept whose implementation would have far-reaching results in the prevention of both organic and mental disease.

Original Article

Bone Reaction to Stainless Steel Fixation Material*

The author raises the question of electrolysis as a cause of reaction in bone attendant to the use of metallic fixing devices.

Original Article

Ischemia of the Lower Extremity A Consideration of Surgical Indications and types of Operations*

With aging of the population the incidence of ischemic conditions of the lower extremities has clearly increased. A variety of surgical procedures new make it possible to attack occlusive vascular disease.

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

25 Years Ago

Fetal Endomyocarditis*