PATHOLOGIC CLASSIFICATION, WITH SURGICAL CONSIDERATION, OF INTRASPINAL TUMORS
CERVICAL RIBS AND THE SCALENUS MUSCLE SYNDROME
THROMBOSIS OF THIRD PORTION OF SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY ASSOCIATED WITH SCALENUS ANTICUS SYNDROME
CERVICAL RIB CAUSING PARTIAL OCCLUSION AND ANEURYSM OF THE SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY
PULMONARY EMBOLISM
THE INFLUENCE OF CONGESTION UPON TUBERCULOSIS IN THE LUNG OF THE DOG
PERSISTENT SPINAL FLUID FISTULA DUE TO FOREIGN BODY
DUODENOJEJUNOSTOMY FOR CONGENITAL, INTRINSIC, TOTAL ATRESIA AT THE DUODENOJEJUNAL JUNCTION
SURGICAL CONSIDERATION OF HYDATID DISEASE
LYMPHANGIOMATA OF THE GREAT OMENTUM
LIVING FASCIAL SUTURE IN THE REPAIR OF LARGE INGUINAL HERNIAE
USE OF WHOLE BLOOD AS A MEANS OF PREVENTING PERITONITIS AND ADHESIONS
THE INTRAVENOUS USE OF SERUM AND PLASMA, FRESH AND PRESERVED
FUNDAMENTAL FACTORS GOVERNING LYMPHATIC SPREAD OF CARCINOMA
METABOLIC AND BLOOD CHEMICAL CHANGES IN A SEVERE BURN
SODIUM MORRHUATE REACTIONS
MASSIVE DOSES OF LUGOL'S SOLUTION IN ACUTE. SECONDARY PAROTITIS
BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS AND CASE REPORTS
MEMOIR