Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

Book Received

Announcement

Honorary Membership Awarded to 87 Year Old Atlanta Surgeon

Book Review

Dermatology for Students

Book Review

Strangulation Obstruction

Book Review

Treatment by Manipulation and Massage

Book Review

Cancer: Disease of Civilization?

Book Review

The Normal Skull

Book Review

The Brain and Its Function

Book Review

The Pathology of Cerebral Palsy

Book Review

Massage, Manipulation and Traction

Book Review

Multiple Sclerosis. Prognosis and Treatment

Book Review

The Social Epidemiology of Mental Disorders

Book Review

Essentials of Fluid Balance

Book Review

Neuromuscular Disorders (The Motor Unit and its Disorders)

Book Review

Leukemia Cutis

Book Review

Neurology Simplified

Case Report

Symptomatic Aberrant Pancreas in the Stomach of a Two Year Old Boy

Case Report

Chronic Lead Intoxication with an Unusual Source of Lead: Report of a Case

Case Report

Anaphylactoid Reaction After Sodium Dehydrocholate (Decholin)

Case Report

Sensitivity to Phenindione Case Report and Review of the Literature

Editorial

Radiologic Examination of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract – Its Diagnostic Accuracy

Original Article

Responsibilities of the Industrial Physician and/or Surgeon

Original Article

Anomalous Venous Drainage of the Right Lung into the Inferior Vena Cava: Report of Three Cases

This congenital anomaly presents a characteristic picture on the conventional chest film. In these days of cardiopulmonary surgery it may be essential that this anomaly is recognized and appreciated in planning surgical intervention.

Original Article

Enapothetic Treatment of Inhalant Allergy with Emulsified Extract: Ten Questions – Ten Answers

Original Article

Fixed Eruption to Hormones

Original Article

The Varieties of Affective Disturbances

The authors point out that other affects may occur than only either elation or depression. If such a concept is accepted, a diagnosis of simple, benign schizophrenia may be in error. The importance of a proper diagnosis is obvious because of the prognostic implications.

Original Article

An Evaluation of Irregular Discharges from a General Medical and Surgical Hospital

The authors believe greater care should be used in the use of discharge diagnosis which may incorrectly label a patient as uncooperative.

Original Article

Pulmonary Histoplasmosis Associated with Pulmonary Tuberculosis

The presence simultaneously of both active pulmonary tuberculosis and histoplasmosis is probably greater than suspected in endemic areas. A common error, which may miss infection with H. capsulatum, is to stop further investigations of a given case when Myco. tuberculosis has been demonstrated in sputum or by culture.

Original Article

Studies on Intrapulmonary Auscultation and Sound in Pulmonary Cavitary and Emphysematous Air Spaces

The physics of pulmonary auscultation and the transmission of sounds produced within the lungs have intrigued diagnosticians since the days of Auenbrugger and Laennec. Obviously, the same applies to the author who has recorded some interesting observations.

Original Article

The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide As A Source of Oxygen in A Regional Intra-Arterial Infusion System

Among the many studies on cancer control in the medical centers of the world, are attempts to alter the sensitivity of malignant cells to irradiation. It appears that cancer cells may become more sensitive to irradiation in the presence of an increased oxygen tension. The authors have developed a new…

Original Article

Relationships Between Dermatologist, Employee, Employer and Insurance Carrier

Original Article

Villous Tumors: Experience with 163 Patients

These tumors, generally benign, offer interesting problems in diagnosis. Careful studies by biopsy are required before accompanying malignancy can be excluded with certainty.

Original Article

Effect of Selenium Disulfide on Rabbit Eyes

The authors have tested the effect of a new shampoo upon the corneas and conjunctivas of rabbits to learn of the inherent dangers.

Original Article

On the Etiology of Lupus Erythematosus

The immunologic factors in the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus are taking precedence over all other possible etiologic causes currently and with good reason. The familial aberrations in this area may well be critical in the ultimate understanding of host-antibody reactions. The author brings the reader up to date in…

Original Article

The Use of Diuretics in the Treatment of Hypertension

Many a doctor is confused by the constantly increasing number of brochures arriving by mail and urging him to use a new antihypertensive agent. The authors have outlined a logical and quite definitive approach to antihypertensive therapy.

Original Article

Clinicopathologic Conferences Duke University School of Medicine

Original Article

Osteoporosis, Kyphosis and Hiatus Hernia

The authors direct attention to a combination of lesions not heretofore emphasized.

Original Article

Basis for Cosmetic Surgery

That this type of surgery has a place is not to be denied. Personal happiness as well as more deep-seated psychologic drives offer the indications for operations in certain persons.

Original Article

Vacillations in Leukocytic Alkaline Phosphatase

Certain variations in the content of alkaline phosphatase in leukocytes seem clearly related to some clinical entities. It is related to stressful situations in some instances. As yet the diagnostic implications of such studies are not clear cut.

Original Article

Polythiazide in Hypertension

Search for newer and more effective "thiozides" continues. This paper describes the effects of a new one of this group.

Southern Medical News

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