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Acknowledgement

Books Received

Book Review

Training of the Lower Extremity Amputee

Book Review

Clinical Use of Radioisotopes

Book Review

Textbook of Pathology with Clinical Applications

Book Review

Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine

Book Review

Poliomyelitis

Book Review

Clinical Roentgenology. Volume IV. The Digestive Tract, the Gallbladder, Liver and Pancreas, the Excretory Tract and Special Studies Emphasizing Differential Considerations

Book Review

Manual of Radiation Therapy

Book Review

Clinical Chemistry: Principles and Procedures

Book Review

Introduction to Physiological and Pathological Chemistry

Book Review

X-Ray Technology

Case Report

Calcification of the Pisiform Bursae: Report of Two Cases

Editorial

THE FEDERAL NARCOTIC LAW

Editorial

SMOKING AND LUNG CANCER: GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

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The Treatment of Regional Ileitis

This disease is most difficult to manage from the medical approach, and therefore any means by which the process is controlled is a tool worthy of trial.

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Calcification About the Hand and Wrist

The authors review symptomatic calcific deposits about the wrist and hand. They suggest methods of management.

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Surgical Treatment of Congenital Thoracic Lesions

The advances in thoracic surgery have permitted an attack in early infancy upon certain congenital lesions which often are rapidly fatal or lead to crippling disease in later years.

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Translumbar Aortography

Aortography is a valuable adjunct in the diagnosis of vascular occlusive diseases and of other lesions of blood vessels in the abdomen or lower extremities. The author discusses the indications, contraindications and his technic for the procedure.

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The Future of Proctology as a Specialty

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The Practitioner as a Scientist

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Problems Associated with Obstructions of the Extrahepatic Bile Ducts

Here is an excellent review of obstruction, its causes both natural and surgically produced, and its management. There are suggestions to aid in avoiding the traumatic obstructions of the ducts.

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Lytic Lesions of Ribs

The author reviews the characteristics of the several lytic lesions which may be found upon the x-ray film.

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Coronary Artery Disease: I. Is It Feared Excessively?

This study gives a truer picture of the incidence of myocardial infarction in a previously healthy population.

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The I131 Labeled Triolein Absorption Test: Reproducibility and Factors Affecting Blood Levels

In diseases of matabsorption a study of the absorption of fat may be extremely important in the final evaluation. The methods available in the past for such studies were either laborious or open to error. The use of an oleate labeled with a radioactive element when mixed with a food…

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Hyperparathyroidism and Other Hyperphosphaturias

In the diagnosis of clinically borderline instances of hyperparathyroidism and other disturbances of calcium metabolism, the phosphorus reabsorption test may throw light on the cause of the biochemical abnormalities present.

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Preventive Allergy

The natural course of allergic diseases, as they occur in early childhood, is outlined. Preventive measures should be stressed.

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Bronchial Adenoma (Carcinoid Type) With Solitary Metastasis and Associated Functioning Carcinoid Syndrome

This is a case report of possibly the first recognized instance of the carcinoid syndrome as the result of metastasis from a pulmonary carcinoid adenoma to the liver.

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Urologic Evaluation as a Neurologic Adjunct

The authors illustrate the part the urologic examination, and specifically the cystogram, may play in accurate neurologic diagnosis.

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Liver Counting of Cobalt-60 Labeled Vitamin B-12 in the Diagnosis of Pernicious Anemia

Cobalt-60 labeled vitamin B12 offers the only practical method for the diagnosis of pernicious anemia after specific therapy has been started. Liver counting may develop into the method of choice in the diagnostic use of Cobalt-60.

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The Medicolegal Aspects of Anesthesiology

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Public Health Reinforces the Care of the Older Patient

That care of the aged is one of the major problems facing the medical profession is a fact without doubt. Public health agencies have a large contribution to make in this area.

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Drug Reaction Times During Surgery and Anesthesia

The authors describe an objective method of determining the circulation time in the anesthetized person.

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Serum Lactic Dehydrogenase (LDH) in Myocardial Infarction

The author describes his experiences with, and interpretation of this test in the presence of myocardial infarction.

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Primary Neoplasms of the Small Bowel: A Report of 81 Cases

The authors present an interesting clinical study of a large series of primary tumors of the small bowel. The difficulties in diagnosis are emphasized; management is, of course, surgical.

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Control of Emotional Tension in Dermatoses

The emotional factor looms large in many of the dermatoses. Logically the authors have attempted an evaluation of sedative and ataractic drugs in the control of these skin conditions.

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