Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Biochemical Disorders in Human Disease

Book Review

Urologic Injuries in Gynecology

Book Review

Prevention of Chronic Illness

Book Review

Surgery for General Practice

Book Review

Chemosurgery in Cancer, Gangrene and Infections

Book Review

New Bases of Electrocardiography

Book Review

One Surgeon’s Practice

Book Review

Dermatologic Formulary

Book Review

Plaster of Paris Technique

Book Review

Skin Surgery

Book Review

Lens Materials in the Prevention of Eye Injuries

Book Review

Modern Office Gynecology

Book Review

Gestation. Transactions of Third Conference, March, 1956

Case Report

Mycosis Fungoides: A Prolonged Course and Association with Adenocarcinoma of the Breast

Case Report

Delayed Postpartum Hemorrhage with Afibrinogenemia

Editorial

THE RATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF ADENOMATOUS POLYPS OF THE RECTUM AND THE COLON

Editorial

STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS IN HOSPITALS

Article

Pheochromocytoma

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Announcement

Life Membership Established

Announcement

MR. LORANZ RECEIVES HONORARY DEGREE

Announcement

Officers of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the Southern Medical Association 1957-1958

Original Article

Residual Sensory Changes in the Chronic Phase of Poliomyelitis

The sensory changes which may remain after poliomyelitis may be of significance in the rehabilitation of the patient.

Original Article

The Effect of Prednisone in the Prevention of Esophageal Stricture Following the Ingestion of Lye

Any method which may reduce the incidence of esophageal stricture after the intake of lye deserves trial. Further experience in the use of cortisone will be needed to establish its usefulness.

Original Article

The Surgical Approach to the Nasopharynx

The author describes several methods of exposing the nasopharynx for the removal of benign tumors of this area.

Original Article

Definition, Diagnosis, and Management of Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease

Until more is known about atherogenesis, there is little real rationale in the treatment of arteriosclerosis. The control of obesity is sensible.

Original Article

Radial Nerve Injuries

The physician when confronted with a radial nerve injury should have an over-all plan for handling the various phases of treatment.

Original Article

Epiphyseal Fractures of the Lower Extremity

Experimental studies show that bony fusion may occur across the epiphyseal line in fractures of this structure.

Original Article

Trichomoniasis: A Twenty-Five Year Study

The author describes a new medication to be used as a vaginal powder and tablet which produces a low pH within the vagina and thus acts as a trichomonacide.

Original Article

The General Practice of Pathology

Original Article

Central Dislocation Arthroplasty of the Hip

The author describes his experiences with this type of operation for certain painful hips.

Original Article

The Debated Indications for Vaginal Hysterectomy

Certain indications for the vaginal approach are well established. Opinions differ, however, in regard to its use in other less frequent conditions.

Original Article

Rigid Medullary Fixation of Forearm Fractures

The authors feel they have been successful in the use of the intramedullary rod for the fixation of fractures of the radius and ulna.

Original Article

Psychic and Somatic Changes Observed in Allergic Children After Prolonged Steroid Therapy

The author warns of the prolonged use of the corticosteroids in the treatment of allergic children.

Original Article

Sliding Esophageal Hiatus Hernia: Manifestations, Pathophysiology, and Management. Findings in 100 Consecutive Cases

The several aspects of this clinical entity have been considered with special reference to diagnosis and treatment.

Original Article

Fundamental Research on Connective Tissue as it May Apply to the Problems of Aging and Atherosclerosis

The author recounts interesting studies on the part played by connective tissue in the development of atherosclerosis.

Original Article

Experience with a Simple Screening Test for Serotonin

Serotonin is a most interesting substance of great physiologic importance in the body. Much is still to be learned about it and its effects.

Original Article

Superficial X-ray Therapy

Original Article

Clinical Pathological Correlation in Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease

This represents an extensive study of the pathologic changes in the disease, casting some light on the pathogenesis of the condition.

Original Article

Electroencephalographic and Clinical Correlations in Epilepsy Beginning in Adulthood

Epilepsy becoming manifest in adult life has often been considered as probably due to either a tumor or post-trauma to the head. The authors agree with current thinking that this is not the case. They urge that though the EEG may be a most helpful tool, it must be used…

Original Article

The Office Management of Frequently Encountered Ophthalmological Disorders

Prevention of the serious complications, which may follow injuries and diseases of the eye as encountered in industry, should always be foremost in the mind of the industrial surgeon.

Original Article

Treatment of Acute Gonorrheal Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: The Use of Benzathine Penicillin G in the Ambulatory Patient

The control of gonorrhea is still far from complete, because of relapse and re-infection. The method of treatment prescribed offers a better chance of cure and thus reduces infectiousness of these patients. Contact investigation must continue.

Original Article

The Anesthetic Management of the Severely Burned Child

In the burned child the physiologic processes are in precarious balance. The maintenance of this balance in terms of biochemical constituents is essential especially during anesthesia.

Original Article

Differential Diagnosis of Hirsutism

Hirsutism in women is a troublesome complaint and may have serious connotation. Newer methods of endocrinologic investigation offer diagnostic tools of value in some cases.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Announcement

The President’s Page of the Woman’s Auxiliary

25 Years Ago

25 YEARS AGO