Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

International Pharmacopoeia

Book Review

Dictionary of Medical Slang

Book Review

Anesthesia for Infants and Children

Book Review

Dictionary of Medical Discoveries: Who and When

Book Review

A Synopsis of Skin Diseases

Book Review

A Practice of Thoracic Surgery

Book Review

Cardiac Arrest and Resuscitation

Book Review

Orthopaedics in General Practice

Book Review

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Book Review

Nutritional Diagnosis

Editorial

GLOMERULAR AND RETINAL LESIONS IN DIABETES MELLITUS

Editorial

SYMPOSIUM ON NUCLEAR MEDICINE

Announcement

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

Announcement

Know Your Southern Medical Association The Scientific Assembly

Original Article

Twenty-two Years’ Experience in the Performance of 200,000 Prophetic Patch Tests

The author’s patch test offers a certain method to determine the presence or absence of sensitizing properties before a product is placed on the market.

Original Article

Placenta and Cord – Vulnerable Fetal Support

The author considers causes of fetal death which may be blamed to disturbances of the placenta and/or cord which lead to anoxia of the fetus.

Original Article

Primary Hypercholesteremia and Idiopathic Hyperlipemia: Clinical, Biochemical and Therapeutic Considerations

More and more interest is developing in these two disturbances in lipid metabolism, not only because of local cutaneous lesions but because of the systemic implications. The author has nicely differentiated the two entities on clinical and biochemical grounds.

Original Article

Rehabilitation in Rheumatoid Arthritis

The management of rheumatoid arthritis takes infinite patience on the part of the patient and the doctor. Many therapeutic tools may be used in management, both medicinal and physical, and even surgical on occasion. But care and judgment are needed in their use.

Original Article

A New Treatment of Radio-Ulnar Synostosis

The authors offer a means of avoiding, or treating, if it has occurred, synostosis between the radius and ulna. This may be a difficult complication of fracture to treat.

Original Article

Studies Relating to Creeping Eruption

The treatment of creeping eruption is still unsatisfactory. The authors have tried out many substances in the hope of finding a satisfactory therapeutic agent, but without definitive results.

Original Article

Use of Biperiden Hydrochloride in Parkinson’s Disease

The use of another of the trihexyphenidyls is reported in disease of the extrapyramidal tract.

Original Article

Primary Neoplasms of the Ureter

The clinical picture of this uncommon tumor is considered. The difficulties in diagnosis and the place of radiologic study are thoroughly discussed. Therapeutic management remains an individual matter dependent upon the case.

Original Article

The Vulvar Clinic A Teaching and Research Project

By having a team of gynecologists and dermatologists, a clinic for vulvar disease has demonstrated its advantages for undergraduate and graduate teaching. Obviously, the patients profit thereby in early diagnosis and the best possible treatment.

Original Article

Total Esophagoplasty by Utilizing the Colon

Numerous technics have had their day in the reconstruction of the esophagus. The colon has certain advantages of blood supply and mobility, and thus appears to be very usable. It has been used with increasing frequency as a substitute for the esophagus. Peristalsis is satisfactory.

Original Article

Total Colonoscopy: A Systematic Surgical Approach

The author points up the number of polyps which may be missed upon examination by barium enema. He describes his technic of examining all segments of the colon under direct vision at laparotomy.

Original Article

Hemorrhagic Diathesis Associated with Long-Term Anticoagulant Therapy

The bleeding tendency which may manifest itself during anticoagulation treatment is not related to a specific coagulation defect, but may involve multiple factors. Vitamin K is valuable in the control of such bleeding.

Original Article

Radioactive Fat Tolerance Studies in Coronary Artery Disease

The information which is being gained by the new tool of radioactive fat is of interest and will offer data which will be of practical value in clinical medicine.

Announcement

Southern Medical Association Group Disability Plan Meets A Great Need

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Article

What Every Doctor Should Know About “Fallout”

Article

Important Applications of Nuclear Medicine in Pathology

Article

Some Fundamentals of Radiologic Physics

Article

A Surgeon Views Radioactive Iodine and the Thyroid Problem

Article

The Radioisotopic Localization of Intracranial Neoplasia Utilizing the Focusing Collimator Scintillation Counter with Photoscan Attachment

Article

Radiological Uses of Radioactive Materials

Article

The Symposium on Nuclear Medicine Chairman’s Address

Article

The Internist’s Viewpoint on the Use of Radioactive Iodine in Thyroid Disorders and Cardiac Abnormalities I. Diagnostic Procedures for the Estimation of Thyroid Function

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II. Therapeutic Considerations in the Use of Radioiodine in Thyrotoxicosis

Article

The Symposium on Nuclear Medicine Address of Welcome

Article

The Management of Victims of Radiation Accident

25 Years Ago

Sternal Puncture in Clinical Hematology