Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Author Index

AUTHOR INDEX

Book Review

Disturbances in Gastrointestinal Motility

Book Review

Dynamic Psychopatholgy in Childhood

Book Review

Review of Medical Microbiology

Book Review

Mitra Operation for Cancer of the Cervix

Book Review

Medical Helminthology

Book Review

Fundamentals of Nerve Blocking

Book Review

Clinical Chemistry Principles and Procedures

Case Report

Nephrocalcinosis Associated with Renal Tubular Acidosis

Case Report

Fat Embolization Associated with Sickle Cell Crisis

Case Report

Osteomyelitis of the Sphenoid Bone Presentation of a Case and Summary of the Literature

Editorial

MEDICAL USES OF HYPNOSIS

Editorial

TRANSPLANTATION OF TISSUES

In Memory

In Memoriam Fontaine R. Richardson, MD

Original Article

Two Varieties of Hemolytic Anemia in Cirrhosis

In this paper extending the observations made in the preliminary report, the authors contrast the clinical characteristics of hemolytic anemia accompanying hypersplenism and hyperlipidemia. On the basis of pathologic findings and the clinical course the prognosis of the former is much worse than of the latter.

Original Article

Surgery in the Management of Peptic Ulcer

The indications for the surgical management of the complications are quite clearly defined.

Original Article

Multiphasic Screening Program Including a Cardiovascular Survey in Carter County, Oklahoma

In this study the author found little advantage in the use of larger films, first-lead EKG. or three-question history over the standard 70 mm. “screening” x-ray film. However, reading of the film by a cardiologist over that by a radiologist led to more instances of suspected cardiac disease. Estimation of…

Original Article

The Athlete and His Knees

The season is at hand when the team surgeon will have the responsibility, and will need to exercise it, of diagnosis and proper management of athletic injuries, having ever in mind the player’s future health.

Original Article

Pudendal Block and Neurectomy in Bladder Neck Obstruction

In obstruction of the bladder neck, neurologic disease not uncommonly plays a part. The authors believe pudendal block will aid in differential diagnosis, and if an effect is clearly demonstrated neurectomy is indicated.

Original Article

Isotopic Placentography: An Evaluation Based Upon a Study of 50 Patients

Here is another method whereby isotopic localization may offer valuable information with both diagnostic and therapeutic implications.

Original Article

Behavior Disorders in Convulsive Children

There has been much controversy over the “epileptic personality” in the past. More recently emphasis has been placed more upon the behavioral aspects of the child having seizures than upon the attacks themselves. With this has come the appreciation of emotional factors deriving from having seizures,— emotional factors related to…

Original Article

Dupuytren’s Contracture

The author reviews the methods of surgical attack which have been used in this condition and his preferences and results.

Original Article

Bacterial Endocarditis

The authors point to changes m the clinical picture of bacterial endocarditis when compared to the past. Antimicrobial therapy has changed the etiologic bacteria encountered. The older age of the patients may account for the almost asymptomatic course, and the frequency of emboli to the coronary bed may result in…

Original Article

The Surgical Care of Severe Sprains of the Ankle

The authors give their impressions of the use of open surgical repair in severe sprains of the ankle.

Original Article

Bleeding Following Operations upon the Tonsils and Adenoids

The author has analyzed potential causes of bleeding following these operations. Sex and antecedent disease seem to be factors.

Proceedings

Southern Society for Pediatric Research

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Subject Index

SUBJECT INDEX