Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

Abdominal Surgery

Book Review

Management of Hypertensive Diseases

Book Review

Pathogenesis and Treatment of Cerebrovascular Disease. Seventh Annual Meeting of Houston Neurological Society

Book Review

Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics in Health and Disease

Book Review

Treatment of Cancer and Allied Diseases. Vol. 4. Tumors of the Breast, Chest and Esophagus

Book Review

Atlas III. Illustrations of the Nervous System

Book Review

Evaluation and Management of the Brain-Damaged Patient

Book Review

Parkinsonism, Its Medical and Surgical Therapy

Book Review

The Basic Physics of Radiation Therapy

Book Review

A Biological Basis of Multiple Sclerosis

Book Review

Prosthetic Valves for Cardiac Surgery

Book Review

Radiation Protection and Dentistry

Book Review

Kernicterus and Its Importance in Cerebral Palsy

Book Review

Annual Review of Medicine

Book Review

Hypothermia for the Neurosurgical Patient

Book Review

Pregnancy and Diabetes Mellitus

Case Report

Dermatomyositis Avoidance of Allergen and Hyposensitization in the Management of One Case

The concept that the collagen diseases represent probably an antigen-antibody reaction involving fixed tissue cells has usually not included inhaled or ingested materials ordinarily in the environment. This case presents an interesting thought for consideration in other cases.

Case Report

Renal Arteriovenous Fistula After Nephrectomy: A Case Report

Case Report

The Protruding Cauliflower Ear Treatment by Use of Mechanical Abrasion

Case Report

Giant Supraclinoid Aneurysm of the Internal Carotid Artery Report of a Case

Case Report

Squamous Cell Epithelioma of the Cornea and Limbus

Editorial

THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF ADOLESCENCE

Editorial

THE FAMILIAL FACTOR IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT

Original Article

Progress in Development of Community Health Services and Facilities

This paper clearly outlines the problems which face the medical profession and the public—the provision of adequate medical care outside the hospital and at a sensible level of cost.

Original Article

Inflammatory Polyps of the Large Intestine

The authors review the ideas about the pathogenesis of inflammatory polyps of the large bowel, and present illustrative cases.

Original Article

Radioisotope Scanning in the Detection of Pericardial Effusions

The authors demonstrate the feasibility of demonstrating pericardial effusions by a radioisotopic method.

Original Article

The Surgical Treatment of Cervical Cancer

After a review of accumulated experience the author believes that radical surgery for Stage I and II cancer of the cervix offers nothing over irradiation. The fact that serious complications are fewer with the latter makes it the treatment of choice.

Original Article

The Development of International Health Work

Your Editor insists that the reading of this is a “must,” not only as a professional person but, more importantly, as a citizen of both the United States and of the World. From now onward, the latter responsibility cannot be evaded.

Original Article

The Sphere of a Plastic Surgeon

Original Article

Gastrointestinal Arterial Insufficiency – Abdominal Angina

The early diagnosis of occlusive disease of mesenteric arteries may permit successful surgical intervention for the primary lesion and not for the resultant intestinal gangrene. The diagnosis will depend mainly upon a good history.

Original Article

Clinical Note: A New Therapeutic Shampoo

Original Article

Ureteral Reflux, Its Significance and Correction

The authors consider the interrelationships of ureteral reflux and pyelonephritis, — also what can be done about it.

Original Article

Pulmonary Hematomas Secondary to Nonpenetrating Injury

The development of pulmonary hematomas following nonpenetrating trauma to the chest has been recognized infrequently. The recognition of the true nature of the shadow they cast is important. A fair number of those recognized have had exploratory operations for a lesion of unknown origin.

Original Article

Diagnostic Consideration of Renovascular Hypertension

The cure of hypertension due to unilateral renal disease is feasible in properly selected cases. New technics make more accurate diagnosis a probability. Their application and interpretation are outlined by the authors.

Original Article

Conventional Chest Films to Determine Cardiac Size: Their Use with the Ungerleider-Clark Tables

Because of the variables involved in mensuration of heart size on the chest film the authors have proposed a variation in one of the accepted formulas of attempting accurate measurements.

Original Article

The Management of Ectopic Pregnancy by Colpotomy

The authors find the surgical management of ectopic pregnancy via the vaginal route a highly satisfactory procedure in most cases. Other than in patients in shock from massive hemoperitoneum, the contraindications to this surgical approach are few.

Original Article

Double-Blind Crossover Study of Antipruritic Effect of Chlorcyclizine Hydrochloride, Trimeprazine, and a Placebo

Original Article

Fractures Involving the Distal Femoral Epiphyseal Growth Line

Proper care of such fractures is important because damage to the epiphyseal line may result in disturbance of growth. Careful follow-up is essential so measures may be taken to correct for abnormalities in growth.

Original Article

The Changing Image of the Doctor

Original Article

Clinicopathologic Conferences Duke University School of Medicine

Original Article

A Ten Year Review of Suprapubic Vesicourethral Suspensions in Private Practice

By use of this technic the author finds results so good he believes it should not be reserved merely for those cases in which an attempt at operative correction by the vaginal route has failed. He believes it may be used quite routinely for stress incontinence demanding surgery.

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