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Book Review

Outline of Fractures Including Joint Injuries

Book Review

Kinesiology

Book Review

Anxiety and Tension Control. A Physiologic Approach

Book Review

Cardiomyopathies

Book Review

Bone Changes in Hematologic Disorders (Roentgen Aspects)

Book Review

Current Practice in Orthopaedic Surgery Volume 2

Book Review

Pancreatic Inflammatory Disease. A Physiologic Approach

Case Report

Premature Closure of the Proximal Tibial Epiphysis Following Fracture of the Tibial Shaft

Clinical Brief

Missed Diagnosis and Von Domarus

Editorial

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON RESEARCH

In Memory

In Memoriam Dr Alphonse McMahon 1895-1967

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The Section on Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Review

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John Locke, Physician and Author of the First Carolina Constitution

John Locke, to most of us, is known as a political philosopher. Possibly many readers are unaware of his medical accomplishments and still more unaware of his role in the history of some of the southern territory. This article should prove to be interesting reading for some.

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The Teenage Disc Syndrome

The author directs attention to a lesion which often goes unrecognized, since its clinical picture differs from that in adults.

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Progressive Systemic Scleroderma In a Child: A Case Report

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Primary Intracranial Neoplasms with Extracranial Metastases: A Report of Two Cases

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Heredity and Endometrial Carcinoma

An area being explored with increasing frequency is the epidemiology of cancer. Improved methods of accumulating and evaluating statistics provide information heretofore unavailable. The hope is to uncover facts which will be helpful in diagnosis and prognosis. Everyone recognizes that satisfactory epidemiologic studies in cancer have been sparse. We may…

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Radiographic Variations of Heart Size in Tetralogy of Fallot

The authors show that cardiac enlargement may occur in this condition, contrary to common belief. Anemia may be a specific factor in instances of such enlargement.

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Effective Chemotherapy in Children with Wilms’ Tumor

This paper reviews the experience with the use of either actinomycin D and vincristine alone or in conjunction with surgery or irradiation in the treatment of recurrent or metastatic Wilms’ tumor. The findings support the conclusion that adjuvant chemotherapy with either of these two agents provides effective palliation and significant…

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A Rational Approach to the Management of Hiatal Hernia

The author has had excellent results with surgical repair for hiatal hernia. He emphasizes the indications for hernial repair and the route selected dependent upon the individual case.

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Oxytetracycline Intravenously in Surgical Infections

The authors believe that the intravenous use of this drug is very helpful in the control of peritonitis and in other forms of sepsis when oral medications cannot be given or are not tolerated.

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Four Separate Carcinomas in the Same Patient: A Case Report

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Exchange Transfusion in the Treatment of Acute Liver Failure A Preliminary Report

The authors have introduced a new method of attacking a severe complication of liver disease. Scattered reports on the use of this approach are suggestive enough of occasional success that serious thought must be given to outline indications for such treatment and the development of a body of experience to…

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Juvenile Diabetes: Controlling the Disease and the Patient

The many complex problems associated with juvenile diabetes are outlined in this practical paper. A realistic program of management directed by the physician but involving the patient and his family is described.

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Treatment of Skin Cancer

If the diagnosis is established early and treatment given promptly, the outlook for this type of cancer is excellent. The authors compare the several methods of treatment available, indications for their choice and the results attained.

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Cephaloridine Therapy for Genitourinary Infections

The authors have demonstrated the effectiveness of a new antibiotic in genitourinary infections. It seems highly potent and relatively nontoxic.

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Amebic Liver Abscess

Early diagnosis, morbidity and mortality are less favorable for amebic hepatic abscess in Atlanta than in Korea. The explanation is simply the failure to include this clinical entity in a differential diagnosis of disease of the liver. American clinicians are too commonly unaware of this complication of amebiasis.

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Primary Macroglobulinemia: Report of a Case and Clinical Discussion

The authors review this interesting clinical condition which offers problems in diagnosis and report a case.

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Continuing Education For All Of Us

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Conditioning Factors in Allergic Disease

The authors discuss significant factors which may enhance or condition the clinical response in an allergic person.

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Medical Grand Rounds from the University of Alabama Medical Center

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Mixed Tumors of Minor Salivary Glands

Mixed tumors of the minor salivary glands less common than their counterpart in the major glands. Patients may be unaware of their presence. The author reports the unusual complication of serous otitis accompanying such tumors.

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