Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

The Physiopathology of Cancer

Book Review

Textbook of Otolaryngology

Book Review

The Innervation of Muscle

Book Review

The Child with Mongolism (Congenital Acromicria)

Book Review

Instructional Course Lectures

Book Review

Obstetrics

Book Review

Factors Controlling Erythropoiesis

Case Report

Metabolic Studies in Pregnancy Complicated by Renal Tubular Acidosis

Editorial

FROM THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Editorial

THE QUESTION OF THE GRAHAM STEELL MURMUR

In Memory

In Memoriam Dr. John H. Lamb 1950-1961

Original Article

Pathogenesis of Complete, Nonstrangulating Obstruction of the Ileum

These experimental studies cast light on the course of events following obstruction of the ileum.

Original Article

The Influence of the Incidence of Thyroid Malignancy on the Selection of Therapy in Thyroid Disease

The diagnosis of cancer of the thyroid is often impossible. The authors present rational arguments for their position in regard to the management of thyroid disease in which malignancy is a possibility.

Original Article

Laboratory Diagnosis of Hemorrhagic Disorders

The author describes rapid and satisfactory methods of determining the abnormalities or defects in coagulation in disorders of bleeding.

Original Article

Polyps of the Colon and Rectum in Children

Though polyps of the large bowel occur only rarely in childhood, they may give rise to clear-cut symptoms which, however, are not diagnostic thus pointing up the matter of diagnosis. Management is considered. Multiple polyps bring up the familial disease of multiple polyposis with its implications of malignancy.

Original Article

Critical Re-Evaluation of a Community Patch Test Program After 300,000 Tests

The conquest of tuberculosis depends upon the case-finding, not only of active instances of the disease, but the recognition of those who have been infected and represent potential future patients. The study and survey under way for a decade in the St. Louis area has attracted nation-wide attention.

Original Article

The Management of Postoperative Anorectal Hemorrhage

Fortunately hemorrhage after hemorrhoidectomy is uncommon. Nevertheless, it may be serious if it is internal, since much bleeding may occur before it is recognized.

Original Article

The Stages of Mesenteric Artery Disease

The authors develop their thoughts of the possible changes which may occur following vascular insufficiency to the bowel, with radiographic findings and interpretations.

Original Article

Community Rehabilitation Centers An Alternative to the Forand Bill

Original Article

A New Approach in Relieving Symptoms of Migraine

If the attack of migraine can be aborted the patient is spared the discomfort of the prolonged course. Which, when once established, is more difficult to treat. Rapid pharmacologic effect is essential in aborting an attack. The rectal installation of a solution is thus much more effective than the absorption…

Original Article

Studies on Intussusception in Infants An Analysis of 27 Case Studies

The author discusses the types of intussusception, the clinical picture and the matter of reduction by barium enema.

Original Article

Pyelonephritis: A Clinicopathologic Correlation of Postmortem Material

There has been much controversy in regard to the incidence of pyelonephritis. But all are agreed that its presence may escape clinical diagnosis in a not inconsiderable percentage of cases. The possibility that bacterial disease is not always associated with the disease is intriguing and may account for its benign…

Original Article

Destructive Lesions of the Superior Maxilla Resembling Malignancies

The differential diagnosis between granulomatous disease, pyogenic infection and benign tumor and, on the other hand, malignant lesions may be difficult. Even the biopsy in degenerating or infected cancer may be thought to represent inflammatory disease.

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Article

Radiologic Diagnosis of Intracranial Aneurysms and Vascular Malformations

Article

Surgical Management of Intracranial Aneurysms

Article

Treatment of Stroke by Arterial Reconstructive Operation

Article

Hypothermia in Management of Cerebrovascular Lesions

Article

Syndromes of Basilar and Carotid Artery Insufficiency: Diagnosis and Medical Therapy

Article

The Angiographic Demonstration of Cerebral Occlusive Disease

25 Years Ago

Treatment of Pneumococcus Type II Pneumonia