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25 Years Ago

Experimental and Pathological Aspects of Silicosis

Acknowledgement

Books Received

Book Review

The Extremities

Book Review

Radiographic Atlas of Skeletal Development of the Hand and Wrist

Book Review

Hernia

Book Review

The Pathology and Management of Portal Hypertension

Book Review

Methods in Surgical Pathology

Book Review

Total Surgical Management

Book Review

Dynamic Anatomy and Physiology

Book Review

Thymectomy for Myasthenia Gravis

Book Review

Treatment of Breast Tumors

Book Review

Electrolyte Changes in Surgery

Book Review

Surgery of the Colon

Book Review

Human Biochemical Genetics

Book Review

A Guide to the Identification of the Genera of Bacteria

Book Review

Dreams and Personality Dynamics

Book Review

Patient Care and Special Procedures in X-ray Technology

Book Review

Anomalies of Intestinal Rotation and Fixation

Book Review

Technique of Fluid Balance

Book Review

Notable Names in Medicine and Surgery

Book Review

Geographic Ophthalmology

Book Review

Cancer of the Cervix. Diagnosis of Early Forms. Ciba Foundation Study Group No. 3

Book Review

An Introduction to Experimental Surgical Studies

Book Review

American Drug Index, 1960

Book Review

Autogenous Vein Grafts

Case Report

Endometrioma of the Rectosigmoid

Case Report

The Development of Acute Leukemia in a Patient with Pernicious Anemia and Diabetes Mellitus

Case Report

Subdural Hematoma Associated with Long-Term Anticoagulant Treatment

Editorial

SURGICAL TREATMENT OF OCCLUSIVE CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE

Editorial

November 8, 1985

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Original Article

Evaluation of Intramedullary Fixation of the Tibia with the Lottes Nail

The authors evaluate their results with the use of the intramedullary nail in the treatment of fractures of the middle third of the tibia.

Original Article

Treatment of Clinical Fat Embolism with Heparin

The symptoms and signs of fat embolism usually make themselves known about 24 hours after fractures, especially of long bones. If the patient survives, the clinical manifestations usually clear completely. Heparin acts to clear the blood vessels of emboli more quickly than normal. There is reason to believe that this…

Original Article

Radiographic Patterns of Lobar Collapse

This simple description with illustrative drawings should help the occasional radiologist in his evaluation of shadows on the chest film.

Original Article

Cardiac Asthma

“Cardiac asthma” is usually thought of as representing left ventricular failure. That chronic pulmonary disease may be a factor is well recognized. The author brings into this the effects of allergy and considers cardiac asthma to be a complex involving these several factors in its cause.

Original Article

Enzymatic Peritonitis Due to Pancreatic Trauma

Trauma, accidental or surgical, may so damage the pancreas that there is leakage of pancreatic secretion into the peritoneal cavity. If this occurs it may produce a stormy course. Diagnosis may be established by the demonstration of pancreatic enzymes in the ascitic fluid.

Original Article

Clinical Laboratory Studies in Connective Tissue Disorders

Laboratory studies in the area of the collagen diseases have been most helpful in the diagnostic establishment of certain syndromes in the field of the collagen diseases. Studies related to the experimental or basic aspects of these diseases will sooner or later establish on firm grounds the concept of auto-immunization…

Original Article

Degenerative Heart Disease Resembling Beriberi: Autopsy Findings In 12 Cases From Florida

Beriberi heart disease has been described uncommonly in the United States. It seems likely that the diagnosis is confused with that of arteriosclerotic heart disease. Serious consideration of the dietary intake is in order in the presence of chronic nonvalvular heart disease, especially in an alcoholic patient.

Original Article

Treatment of Perforated Ulcer

The author reviews a controversial subject and substantiates his conclusions with his own experiences in the simple closure of the perforation.

Original Article

Experience with Buccal and Enteric Coated Trypsin: Review of 200 Cases

There has been much discussion and at times controversy with respect to enzymes and their effect in inflammatory and noninflammatory edema and related conditions. The authors discuss the results of the use of trypsin by the buccal or enteric route.

Original Article

The Pathology of Insect Bites: A Brief Review and Report of Eleven Fatal Cases

The authors document a number of deaths which have occurred in Virginia as the result of insect bites. It is significant that most patients had an antecedent history of extreme sensitivity to the particular insect bite. In such instances, therefore, hyposensitization should be advised and carried out.

Original Article

The Diagnostic Significance of Fetal Hemoglobin in the Maternal Circulation During Pregnancy

Transplacental hemorrhage is now known to occur. If it does it may be fatal or injurious to the fetus. By new technics it is now feasible to measure fetal hemoglobin in the maternal blood stream as proof of fetal blood loss into the maternal circulation.

Original Article

What Will You Let Your Industrial Nurse Do?

Original Article

Submucous Resection of the Nasal Septum: Special Reference to Anesthesia

The author points out the indications for the operation. The use of a combination of local and general anesthesia makes the operation a much more satisfactory procedure.

Original Article

Otalgia Without Otopathy

A timely reminder that “earache” may have its cause distant from the ear, and that knowledge of the intricacies of the neuroanatomy of strictures of the head “pays off.”

Original Article

Controlled Studies of Chlorzoxazone and Chlorzoxazone plus Acetaminophen in the Treatment of Myalgia Associated with Headache

After a headache becomes established, the myalgia resulting from the accompanying reflex muscle spasm becomes prominent in the symptomatology. The authors have shown that treatment directed to this complicating feature may offer great relief.

Original Article

Colles’ Fracture

Though the Colles’ fracture is thought easily reducible, results are not necessarily functional. It is for this reason that the author has reviewed some of the problems related to its management.

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News

Article

Old Age as a National Problem

Article

The Practice of Geriatric Medicine

Article

Rehabilitation of the Aging