Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

Books Received

Author Index

AUTHOR INDEX

Book Review

Fifty Years of Neurosurgery

Book Review

Chronic Illness in a Large City. The Baltimore Study

Book Review

The Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Acoustic Nerve Tumors

Book Review

Coronary Heart Disease

Book Review

The Salient Points and the Value of Venous Angiocardiography in the Diagnosis of the Cyanotic Types of Congenital Malformations of the Heart

Book Review

Year Book of Drug Therapy, 1957-1958

Book Review

The Atomic Age and Our Biological Future

Book Review

The Pathogenesis of Coronary Occlusion

Book Review

Cerebral Lipidoses. A Symposium

Book Review

Medical Radiation Biology

Case Report

Hydrops of the Gallbladder in an Infant

Editorial

ASIAN INFLUENZA – 1957

Editorial

THE DIABETIC STATE

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

Further Experience with Chronic Regional Enteritis in Cuba

The authors review their cases of several types of regional enteritis.

Original Article

Pregnancy of the Broad Ligament: Report of Three Cases

Original Article

Delay by Physician and Patient in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Pelvic Cancer

Here are statistics the doctor should take to heart. How often has he endangered the woman's life by failing to do a pelvic examination or in disregarding symptoms related to the pelvis.

Original Article

Office Management of Industrial Orthopedic Disorders

The author outlines his methods of applying heat to traumatized areas.

Original Article

The Role of the Federal Government as it Relates to Medicine

Original Article

The Apparent Superiority of Tolbutamide Over Insulin in the Regulation of Selected Clinic Patients

Original Article

The Development of a Successful Technic for Cataract Extraction

The author stresses the need for constant observation and for innovations as new developments take place.

Original Article

Supracondylar Fractures of the Humerus in Children

The authors discuss the end results in the treatment of supracondylar fractures in children.

Original Article

The Reduction in Incidence of Operative Obstetrics by Intravenous Pitocin

The authors have demonstrated in their work that the use of this oxytocic has reduced the incidence of the need for operative procedures in delivery.

Original Article

Clinical Allergy: Past and Present

Original Article

Medihaler in Asthma: A Double Blind Study

This study provides objective evidence of the efficacy of the inhalation of bronchodilating medicaments.

Original Article

Contracture of the Bladder Neck: Experiences with the Bradford Young Operation

Particularly in young persons, this type of operation seems a better procedure than transurethral resection.

Original Article

Para-Anal Cutaneous Lesions: Exclusive of Pruritus Ani

Original Article

Ethmoid Sinusitis in Children

Though it is not certain that sinusitis of the ethmoid cells is the almost universal cause of disease of the nasopharyngeal strucutres, it is, nevertheless, a common cause of disease.

Original Article

Respiratory Stimulants

Respiratory failure is a not uncommon clinical phenomenon in the practice of every doctor. The outcome in terms of life is very often dependent upon the right treatment.

Original Article

Our Position in the Problem of Cerebral Palsy

Cuba is also developing a program for the rehabilitation of the child having cerebral palsy, as is being done in other countries. This paper outlines the plans for such activities.

Original Article

Vocal Cord Strain

Original Article

Rupture of the Pregnant Uterus in the Last Trimester

The authors consider the causes of rupture of the uterus, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Original Article

Independent Industrial Medical Practice

Original Article

Nasal Injuries in Children

That nasal deformities cause psychologic disturbances especially in women, and abnormalities in the physiologic functions of the nose is common knowledge. It thus behooves the attending physician to carefully evaluate nasal injuries whether at birth or in later life. Proper management at the time is essential.

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

Subject Index

SUBJECT INDEX

Article

Results of Technics and Personal Observations

Article

Symposium on Stapes Mobilization: Indications and Technics

Announcement

The President’s Page of the Woman’s Auxiliary

25 Years Ago

Notes on Rheumatic Heart Disease with Reference to Cause of Death