Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

Books Received

Book Review

Oral Cancer and Tumors of the Jaws

Book Review

Polysaccharides in Biology

Book Review

Textbook of Urology

Book Review

Progress in Hematology

Book Review

The Compleat Pediatrician

Book Review

Hemorrhagic Diseases

Book Review

Sports Injuries Manual for Trainers and Coaches

Book Review

Allergy in Childhood

Book Review

Principles of Urology

Book Review

Ultramicro Methods for Clinical Laboratories

Book Review

Biochemistry of the Eye

Book Review

Your Blood Pressure and How to Live With It

Book Review

Essential Urology

Book Review

The Treatment of Burns

Book Review

Principles of Clinical Electrocardiography

Case Report

Lymphoma as a Cause of “Lethal Midline Granuloma”

Article

DR. FOUNT RICHARDSON

Editorial

SILO-FILLER'S DISEASE

Editorial

THE SICK PHYSICIAN

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

The Clinical Manifestations of Sickle Cell-Hemoglobin C Disease and Sickle Cell Anemia

Through newer laboratory technics it is now feasible to recognize certain hemoglobins. This has permitted the accurate differentiation of sickle cell anemia from sickle cell-hemoglobin C disease. The two diseases are contrasted in this clinical study.

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Practical Public Relations

Original Article

Hysterectomy for Benign and Malignant Disease: Analysis of 2,284 Consecutive Cases

This large study reveals the safety of hysterectomy, even in the presence of malignant disease. The authors bring up to date the indications which justify the operation.

Original Article

A Poison Information Center as a Statewide Service to Physicians

One of the most worthwhile activities in preventive medicine in recent years has been the movement to avoid poisoning and deaths from poisoning. Each new Center can profit from the experiences of those already established. The Oklahoma Center thus makes its contribution.

Original Article

Failures in Repair of Inguinal Hernia and How They Can Be Avoided

The author makes the point that almost certainly the recurrence of an inguinal hernia after repair is to be blamed upon the method or the technic used in its primary repair.

Original Article

Examinations of Executives: An Analysis of Annual Surveys for Seven Years

An annual survey of the health of executives in business is a growing custom in this country. Such a practice is preventive medicine at the level of the individual valuable to him personally as well as to his corporation. This analysis of such a group illustrates what may be found.

Original Article

Methocarbamol as a Muscle Relaxant Its Clinical Evaluation in Acute Trauma and Chronic Neurological States

The search for drugs having a relaxing effect on spastic muscles continues. This paper describes experiences with a new one which shows promise.

Original Article

Rectal Biopsy in the Diagnosis of Amebic Colitis

Here is an original contribution to a diagnostic technic which, though not recommended for routine use, has an application in the definitive diagnosis of amebic ulceration under certain complicating circumstances.

Original Article

Rehabilitation of Chronically Ill Patients: The Influence of Complications on the Final Goal

The rehabilitation of the chronically ill patient is important, both because of economic necessity and for the patients' well-being. This is a study of what may be accomplished in a hospital for the chronically sick.

Original Article

The Rapid Diagnosis of Communicable Disease

Advances in the rapid recognition of infectious agents has truly been remarkable. This is so essential to early treatment and control of infectious diseases.

Original Article

The Senear-Usher Syndrome (Pemphigus Erythematodes) A Report of Eight Cases

The authors speculate on the true nature of this syndrome. Corticosteroids now permit its control.

Original Article

Prostatic Calculi

The author considers the etiology of prostatic stones, their diagnosis and most successful form of treatment.

Original Article

The Care and Correction of the Congenital Flatfoot

Original Article

Carcinoma in Situ of the Endometrium

The author discusses the changes in the epithelium which may precede true adenocarcinoma, in terms of carcinoma in Situ.

Original Article

Management of Difficult Fractures of the Femoral Shaft

The authors present the arguments for, and their experiences in the use of internal fixation in the management of difficult fractures of the femoral shaft.

Original Article

Observations on Infectious Asthma

The factor of infection in asthma may be prominent and, if demonstrated to be present, its treatment may be followed by marked improvement.

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

Announcement

TO S.M.A. MEMBERS IN LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI AND OKLAHOMA

25 Years Ago

Embryo Chick In Investigation of Certain Pathological Problems