Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

A Textbook of Histology

Book Review

Management of Complications in Eye Surgery

Book Review

May’s Manual of the Diseases of the Eye

Book Review

Craig & Faust’s “Clinical Parasitology”

Book Review

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Book Review

An Atlas of Anatomy

Book Review

The Dental Treatment of Maxillo-Facial Injuries

Book Review

The Lung As a Mirror of Systemic Disease

Book Review

Current Surgical Management

Book Review

A New Approach to Figure Drawing

Book Review

Pneumoencephalography

Book Review

Extensile Exposure

Book Review

Problems of Consciousness. Transactions of the Fifth Conference, March, 1954

Book Review

An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases

Book Review

A System of Ophthalmic Illustration

Book Review

Biology of the Treponematoses

Book Review

Surgeons All

Book Review

Fun Comes First for Blind Slow-Learners

Book Review

Gastro-Intestinal Obstruction

Book Review

The Glaucomas

Book Review

Skin Surgery

Book Review

Kaposi’s Sarcoma. Multiple Idiopathic Hemorrhagic Sarcoma

Book Review

Human Blood Coagulation and Its Disorders

Book Review

Stedman’s Medical Dictionary

Book Review

Biochemical Contributions to Endocrinology

Book Review

Physiology of Prematurity. Transactions of the First Conference, March, 1956, Princeton, N. J

Book Review

The Physician’s Own Library

Book Review

A Textbook of Pathology

Case Report

Chronic Relapsing Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Insufficiency

Some of the present knowledge of what is known regarding this condition has been summarized by the author.

Editorial

PLEURAL BIOPSY

Editorial

OBESITY AND CARDIOPULMONARY FAILURE

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Announcement

MEDICAL PROGRESS ASSEMBLY: A Scientific Program by Physicians Covering ALL Fields of Medicine

Original Article

Myomectomy and Pregnancy

Conservative surgery for myoma may permit childbearing in the future, as well as permitting a current pregnancy to continue to term.

Original Article

Mental Health Education with a Professional Group: Some Implications for the Medical Profession

The authors have described their technics in this field and a review of the program in terms of results.

Original Article

The “Unstatisticized” Obstetric Patient

The author describes certain cases in which pregnancies were permitted to continue contrary to usual practices. He urges conservatism in the matter of interrupting pregnancy.

Original Article

Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Anus: Report of Three Cases

The authors review what is known about a rare lesion which may be easily overlooked, and report several instances of their own.

Original Article

Treatment of Cancer of the Floor of the Mouth and its Cervical Metastases by Irradiation

By proper technics and care, interstitial irradiation of cancers of the floor of the mouth and external x-ray radiation of metastases to lymph nodes, when present, has provided a satisfactory rate of five year salvage.

Original Article

A Note on the Therapeutic Efficacy of 16-Alpha-Methyl-9-Alpha Fluoro Prednisolone (Decadron)

The search for modified corticosteroids enhancing effectiveness and decreasing untoward by-effects goes on. A new one deserving further trial is reported.

Original Article

The Arthropod Control Program in Florida

The problem of insect-borne diseases is reviewed, and the methods and needs in the control of insects are outlined.

Original Article

Chemical Control of Hyperhidrosis of Amputation Stumps

The author details suggestive results in a problem which interferes at times with the wearing of prostheses.

Original Article

Lumbar Fasciotomy

The author gives his thinking on the use of this operation in itself or in conjunction with other operative procedures.

Original Article

Ureteritis Cystica and Pyelitis Cystica

This unusual condition can be demonstrated quite well by careful roentgenographic technics.

Original Article

Primary and Secondary Melanoma of the Genitourinary Tract

At intervals detailed reviews are necessary to bring a subject up to date. This is such a review which should stand for sometime as a work of reference.

Original Article

The Clinical Laboratory as a Diagnostic Aid to the Ophthalmologist

A clinical pathologist outlines the ways in which laboratory studies help the ophthalmologist in diagnosis and thus in treatment.

Original Article

Spinal Epidural Hemorrhage: Spontaneous and Recurrent

Original Article

Electroencephalography, Pneumoencephalography and Cerebral Arteriography in the Diagnosis of Cerebrovascular Disease

By the newer diagnostic technics it is possible frequently to both diagnose the type of lesion and its location so it may be attacked surgically.

Original Article

Massive Venous Occlusion: Its Pathogenesis and Management

This is a serious condition which needs prompt attention in the hope of avoiding serious immediate, or chronic complications.

Original Article

Skeletal Manifestations of Parent-Induced Trauma in Infants and Children

This paper calls attention to the need of suspecting willful mistreatment of children by parents.

Original Article

Personality in Pregnancy and Labor

The author uses an interesting approach to the complications of pregnancy and labor. Many more similar observations must be made before final conclusions can be drawn.

Original Article

Some Psychologic Aspects of Dermal Planing

This paper raises some interesting aspects of dermal planing. It probably is quite important to consider these when selecting a patient for such treatment.

Original Article

Sacro-iliac Changes Associated with Dysfunction of the Spine

Degenerative changes occur in the sacra-iliac joints as part of the aging process and need not necessarily be indicative of disease of the spinal column.

Original Article

Inguinal and Umbilical Hernias in Infancy and Childhood: Contrast in the Management

The difference in prognosis and the possibilities of complications make the management of these two kinds of hernia radically different.

Original Article

Retrocaval Ureter

Attention is directed to an uncommon anomaly, its recognition radiographically and its treatment.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Announcement

The President’s Page of the Woman’s Auxiliary

25 Years Ago

25 YEARS AGO