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BOOK RECEIVED

Article

The Complete Removal of Bladder Tumor With Conservation of Normal Bladder

The author analyzes the failure in the surgical management of tumors of the bladder, with suggestions as to modern surgical management.

Article

The Gluten-Free Diet in Nontropical Sprue of Adults

The authors have demonstrated that a gluten-free diet is effective in relieving the symptoms of nontropical sprue. Histologic evidence of persistent changes even though the patient is asymptomatic, and the rapidity of relapse on “breaking” diet point to a continuing diseased process.

Article

Medical Grand Rounds from the University of Alabama Medical Center

Article

Carcinoma of the Cervical Stump

There is no longer excuse for the supracervical hysterectomy except in a very few specially selected cases. The incidence of cancer in the cervix left behind is much like that in the intact uterus. But the treatment of cancer in the cervical stump is more difficult than in the cervix…

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The Significance of Carbon Dioxide Intoxication in Rehabilitation from Poliomyelitis

The problems of deficient pulmonary ventilation are becoming increasingly prominent with an aging population and the prolongation of life in the chronically ill. The authors have considered this subject as related to one group of the latter category, as well as the management of the physiologic disturbances encountered.

Article

Injectable Repository Steroids in Allergy

Article

Inhalation Therapy in Emphysema

The antibiotics permit many with emphysema to survive pulmonary infections. These patients, with the passage of years, become the pulmonary cripples which really tax the therapeutic ingenuity of the attending physician.

Article

Compression of the Trachea and Esophagus by Congenital Vascular Anomalies

In recent years attention has been focused upon the congenital vascular anomalies which may cause symptoms of obstruction in the respiratory tract and in deglutition. Their identification and relief is essential to avoid the complications of aspiration. Operations are feasible even in the very young infants.

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The Impact of Modern Prosthetics on Amputation Surgery

The author reviews the advances in prostheses, their manufacture and fitting, and how these should influence the surgery of amputations.

Article

Preservation of Interphalangeal Joint Function: A Basis for the Early Care of Injured Hands

The author emphasizes the residual complications in hand injuries. Of these the most important is stiffness of the interphalangeal joints. He urges that attention be given to early and continued active and passive motion, simple but most important.

Article

Clinical Evaluation of Theophylline in Adult and Pediatric Asthma

Book Review

Clinical Disorders of Hydration and Acid-Base Equilibrium

Book Review

Mental Health in the United States. A Fifty-Year History

Book Review

The Pharmacologic Principles of Medical Practice

Book Review

Adrenergic Mechanisms. Ciba Foundation Symposium

Book Review

Cancer Chemotherapy

Book Review

Clinical Bacteriology

Book Review

A Handbook of Differential Oral Diagnosis

Book Review

Recent Advances in Tropical Medicine

Book Review

Obstetrical Emergencies

Book Review

Pyelonephritis

Book Review

Glaucoma, Transaction of Fourth Conference, March, 1959

Book Review

Metabolic Aspects of Renal Function

Book Review

Light Coagulation

Book Review

The Older Patient

Book Review

An Atlas of Pain Patterns

Case Report

Spontaneous Rupture of the Splenic Vein during Pregnancy

Constitution and Bylaws

Constitution and Bylaws Southern Medical Association

Editorial

ON TEACHING OF MEDICAL STUDENTS

Editorial

ON THE SMOKING OF CIGARETTES

General Information

SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Southern Medical News

SOUTHERN MEDICAL NEWS

Meeting Minutes

Minutes of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, November 12–15, 1962