Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Aging in Industry

Book Review

Hypnosis in Modern Medicine

Book Review

Gynecologic Radiography

Book Review

Atomic Medicine

Book Review

Behavioral Analysis

Book Review

Rehabilitation of the Cardiovascular Patient

Book Review

Biophysical Principles of Electrocardiography

Book Review

Digitalis

Book Review

Outline of Fractures, Including Joint Injuries

Book Review

Medical Terminology Simplified

Book Review

The Central Nervous System and Behavior

Case Report

An Unusual Complication of Spontaneous Internal Biliary Fistula

Case Report

Islet Cell Adenoma: A Review and Illustrative Case

Case Report

Intra-uterine Perforation of the Ileum with Meconium Peritonitis

Case Report

Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis: Report of Case with Certain Unusual Features

Case Report

Volvulus of the Sigmoid

Case Report

Leprosy: A Case Presenting a Problem in Classification

Editorial

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF PRIMARY HYPERTENSION

Editorial

A SUBTLE THREAT TO THE SUPPLY OF MEDICAL EDUCATORS

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Meeting Minutes

SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Minutes of Fifty-Third Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16-19, 1959

Meeting Minutes

Woman’s Auxiliary to the Southern Medical Association Minutes of Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention Atlanta, Georgia

Original Article

Clinical Study of Bunamiodyl for Oral Cholecystography and Cholangiography

It is apparent that this new agent has advantages which make it a diagnostic aid preferable to its forerunners

Original Article

Essential “Intangibles” in Medicine

Original Article

The Use of Alpha-Chymotrypsin in Cataract Surgery

The introduction of this enzyme in cataract surgery has been an exciting event in ophthalmology. It facilitates the extractions of cataracts with apparently fewer complications.

Original Article

Surgical Planing for the Prevention of Cancer of the Skin

Skin planing of the facial skin has been used in the main for scarring, as from acne, for cosmetic reasons. The present study is of interest because of its objectives.

Original Article

Carcinoma of the Cervix Complicated by Pregnancy

Carcinoma of the cervix is an uncommon complication of pregnancy. In spite of the pregnancy, the lesion demands vigorous treatment since the results show a reasonable number of “cures.”

Original Article

Choline Salicylate: An Effective, Well-Tolerated Drug for Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases

It may be said without equivocation that the salicylates represent the basic treatment in the “rheumatic” arthritides, offering the best long-term results with the least untoward side-effects. But the intolerance of the gastrointestinal tract often limits its use. It is hoped others will substantiate the effectiveness and absence of ill…

Original Article

Vascular Headache: Its Treatment with Sublingual Ergotamine Tartrate

Though the ergotamine preparations have been effective in aborting migraine headache, the common accompaniment of nausea and vomiting has forced the use of parenteral or rectal routes for administration. If this study of the effective use of the sublingual route for the giving of ergotamine is confirmed a marked advance…

Original Article

The Ruptured Disk Versus the Protruded Disk

The careful differentiation of the underlying lesion in the disk syndrome will make for a better selection of cases to be treated surgically as against those which will be benefited by conservative treatment. The author believes this differentiation can be attained with a high degree of accuracy.

Original Article

Normal and Pathologic Urinary Excretion of Estrogens

Original Article

The Effect of Alpha-Chymotrypsin on Zonular Fibers and Anterior Hyaloid Membrane: Experiments on Eyes in the Human, Rabbit, and Dog

This enzyme has been used with enthusiasm by many ophthalmologists in operations on the eye. By an experimental approach, the authors have studied the effects of the enzyme in the eye.

Original Article

Antifungal Activity of Griseofulvin

The amazing effectiveness of this antifungal antibiotic orally in the control of the superficial mycoses has been the most striking advance in medicine within the past year. Thorough and extended treatment is necessary since it is fungistatic rather than fungicidal.

Original Article

Intra-Abdominal Lymphoid Hyperplasia and Appendiceal Disease: Clinical and Pathological Analysis of 100 Consecutive Cases

Lymphoid hyperplasia within the abdomen due to viral infection or other causes may simulate acute appendicitis of the pyogenic variety. The authors discuss the diagnosis and management of this syndrome.

Original Article

The Transmission of Tularemia Organisms by Ticks in the Southern States

The author has made interesting and important contributions to the knowledge of insect vectors in the transmission of tularemia.

Original Article

Dermal Planing: Investigative Therapeutic Applications

This method of treatment offers a means of studying not only the process of healing but also provides ample biopsy material for the study of pathologic processes in the skin.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

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