Issue - Southern Medical Association

Acknowledgement

BOOKS RECEIVED

Book Review

The Thyroid

Book Review

Photographic Illustration for Medical Writing

Book Review

Tumors of the Eye

Book Review

Cleft Lip and Palate

Book Review

A Manual of Diabetes for the House Officer

Book Review

Medical Care of the Adolescent

Case Report

Indications for Thyroid Needle Biopsy: Suppurative Thyroiditis

Case Report

Problems of Anesthesia in Chronic Chagas’ Disease

Editorial

BACTERIAL RESISTANCE TO ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS

Grand Rounds

Medical Grand Rounds from the University of Alabama Medical Center

Original Article

Chemotherapy of Renal Malignancies in Adults and Children

Original Article

Hypertension – Should It Be Treated?

The author considers the pros and cons of the effectiveness of the antihypertensive drugs. The difficulties of a critical evaluation are recognized, but in the author’s opinion, drugs should not be witheld today in spite of the lack of unequivocal proof as to the certainty of their action.

Original Article

Fluid Therapy During Aortic Surgery

The authors describe their regimen of the use of fluids to prevent the complications of hypotension and renal dysfunction.

Original Article

Tolnaftate A Potent Nonirritating Topical Fungicide

The author finds this drug very effective for topical treatment of cutaneous fungal infections.

Original Article

The Use of Triamcinolone Acetonide in the Treatment of Pulmonary Emphysema

The authors report their results in the relief of the symptoms of pulmonary emphysema by the use of an injectable steroid.

Original Article

Reactions To Tetanus Toxoid

Tetanus toxoid offers remarkable protection against the disease at the expense of few clinically recognized reactions. However, reactions of sensitivity may occasionally occur, either from sensitizing substances as the result of the manufacturing process or against the toxoid itself. It is the latter which the authors discuss and demonstrate.

Original Article

Obstetrics – A Future Subspecialty of Pediatrics

In his criticisms of the obstetrician in terms of errors of both ommission and commission, the author has stimulated the reader to recognize responsibilities heretofore often ignored.

Original Article

A System of Testing for Bence Jones Protein

The author points to the difficulties at times of identifying this specific protein. Therefore, he has developed a system or plan for its identification.

Original Article

Education and Training in Radiology

The author calls attention to new technics of teaching and the “teaching machine” as a means of furthering the growth of knowledge in a given field.

Original Article

Intracranial Aneurysms: A Partial Community Study

The clinical features, prognosis and treatment of a large series of aneurisms has been described and evaluated.

Original Article

Evaluation of Tensile Strength of Reconstructions of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Using the Patellar Tendon in Dogs: A Preliminary Report

Original Article

Conventional Hemorrhoidectomy

Original Article

Spinal Epidural Meningioma

Original Article

The Holistic Approach to the Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

The pathogenesis of this disease may involve an intimate interrelationship of physical and psychologic factors. These must be recognized in diagnosis and in the therapeutic management of the patient.

Original Article

Leucine Aminopeptidase in 1,000 Liver-Pancreas Profiles

Original Article

Cystic Fibrosis of the Pancreas A Study of Sweat Electrolyte Levels in Thirty-six Families Using Pilocarpine Iontophoresis

The authors have demonstrated that the method they used is successful in collecting sweat for analysis and aids in the diagnosis of pancreatic cystic fibrosis. Some of the parents had elevated levels of sweat chloride. Although asymptomatic siblings had no elevation of sodium in sweat, a few had elevations above…

Original Article

Hypersensitivity to Diphenylhydantoin (Dilantin): A Case Report with Toxic Hepatitis

Original Article

Incidence of Dislocation of the Hip Among Bedridden Retardates

This is the first reported study of the incidence of dislocation or subluxation of the hip among nonambulant retarded persons, usually children. The possible causes are considered.

Original Article

Miller Fisher Syndrome (Variant of Landry-Guillain-Barre-Strohl Syndrome – Ophthalmoplegia, Ataxia, Areflexia)

Original Article

Considerations in the Prevention of Tetanus

The author emphasizes how less complicated the management of the injured person would be if tetanus toxoid were used universally.

Original Article

The Otolaryngologist and the Allergic Child

The author believes the diagnostic procedures and the treatment of the allergic child can be simplified.

Original Article

Arteriographic Diagnosis of the Osteoarthropathies of the Hand

It would seem that arteriography can offer objective evidence of disturbance in the blood supply as basic to certain diseases. It is rather surprising that this technic has not been used more than it has in the study and diagnosis of arthropathies and the diseases of the hands.

Article

Introductory Remarks

The rebellious attitudes and actions of the younger generation seemingly current, not only in this country but in much of the world, is thought by many to have had their beginnings in childhood years. This panel discussion explores the factors in the home environment which influence the child in discipline,…

Article

The Uncontrollable Child: The Family Physician’s Approach to Behavioral and Emotional Problems

Article

The Uncontrollable Child: Some Preventive Aspects

Article

The Uncontrollable Child: Some General Sociopsychological Observations

Southern Medical News

Southern Medical News