Issue - Southern Medical Association

Case Report

Malunion of the Femur Treated by Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama: Case Report

This case report illustrates the use of group psychotherapy and psychodrama to resolve a family situation.

Case Report

Spontaneous Decompression of Portal Hypertension

Editorial

“Lifetime Learning for Physicians”

In Memory

Dr. W. Kelly West Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1890-1962

Original Article

Reflux – A Five Year Survey

Much deserved attention is being paid to obstruction in the urinary tract, commonly of congenital origin, and its part in renal disease of later life. The authors have added valuable observation to this field in terms of the significance of reflux and the prognostic value of abnormalities even in the…

Original Article

Fundamentals in the Care of Burns

The author describes the basic principles which should be kept in mind by the doctor responsible for the treatment of a burn.

Original Article

Fractures of the Femur in Children

The author considers fractures of the several parts of the femur, and the results of treatment.

Original Article

Fungal Infections of the External Ear Canal

The authors discuss the significance of fungal infections of the external ear canal. Their contributions to the management of such infections are of high order and call for confirmative studies by others interested in this phase of otologic practice.

Original Article

Urinary Incontinence in the Male

The author reviews the anatomic and physiologic factors in normal micturition. Then he moves on to consider urinary incontinence, its causes and management.

Original Article

Fissure in Ano – A Complication of Anusitis

This paper considers the pathogenesis of fissure in ano, and discusses its active treatment and prophylaxis.

Original Article

Prophylactic Management of Progressive Myopia

The author suggests that preventive treatment be attempted in myopia by the use of cycloplegics.

Original Article

The Use of the Artificial Kidney in Urologic Disorders

The artificial kidney has offered itself as a remarkable tool in the management of tubular necrosis. Many a person is now alive because of it. The authors, however, discuss other indications for its use, especially in the management of anuria due to obstruction in the urinary tract and permitting curative…

Original Article

A Concept of Medical Service in Industry

Occupational or industrial medicine is a rapidly expanding field. Here many a family physician can find interesting and stimulating adventures in the prevention of disease.

Original Article

The Use of Sanders Neurotoxoid I (Modified Snake Venom) in the Treatment of Recurrent Herpes Simplex of the Cornea: Progress Report

Over the years, snake venom has been used as a nonspecific agent in inflammations of one type or another with the hope of stimulating antibody formation. The authors, in their preliminary observations, find encouragement in the treatment of recurrent herpes of the cornea. Much work, and especially with controls, will…

Original Article

Anesthesia for Peroral Endoscopy

The anesthesiologist should give careful consideration to the choice of anesthesia for endoscopic procedures. This is so essential to avoid compromising the airway.

Original Article

Clinicopathologic Conferences Duke University School of Medicine

Original Article

Chondrosarcoma of the Pelvis and Shoulder Girdle

The authors consider the prognosis and management of osteochondromas. They report four cases treated by regional excision.

Original Article

Management of Urinary Stress Incontinence by Means of Vesicourethral Suspension

The authors review their clinical results with this procedure. They believe their results have been good and unattended by complications of serious consequence.

Original Article

The Practicing Physician and Occupational Medicine

The author discusses the needs of physicians in industrial or occupational medicine and makes suggestions relative to recruitment and enlightening management to its needs in this sphere.

Southern Medical News

State News Items

Article

Possible Implications of Auto-Immune Hematologic Diseases

Article

Organ Transplantation – The Kidney and the Skin

Article

Immunological Tolerance – Fact or Fiction?

Article

Serum Complement in Dermatologic Disease

Article

Immunologic Aspects of Bone Transplantation

Article

Symposium on Immunologic Disorders and Transplantations Chairman’s Introduction

Article

Problems of Immunologic Disorders and Hypersensitivity as Related to General Practice