THE PROBLEM OF PORTAL HYPERTENSION IN RELATION TO THE HEPATOSPLENOPATHIES
THE TECHNIC OF USING VITALLIUM TUBES IN ESTABLISHING PORTACAVAL SHUNTS FOR PORTAL HYPERTENSION
THE USE OF VITALLIUM TUBES IN STRICTURES AND ABSENCE OF THE COMMON BILE DUCT
ADVANCED CARCINOMA OF THE EXTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS : CHOLEANGIOCHOLECYSTOCHOLEDOCHECTOMY
ARTERIOVENOUS ANEURYSM : EXPOSURE OF THE TIBIAL AND PERONEAL VESSELS BY RESECTION OF THE FIBULA
THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF THE MORE COMMON TYPES OF DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA : ESOPHAGEAL HIATUS, TRAUMATIC, PLEUROPERITONEAL HIATUS, CONGENITAL ABSENCE AND FORAMEN OF MORGAGNI
CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA
IDIOPATHIC DILATATION OF THE ESOPHAGUS : DIFFERENTIATION OF CLINICAL TYPES AND SUCCESSFUL OPERATION IN INTRACTABLE CASES
CONGENITAL OR HEREDITARY POLYPOSIS OF THE COLON
THE LOCAL USE OP SULFANILAMIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS : A REVIEW OF 1481 CASES
SECONDARY HEMORRHAGE ARISING. FROM GUNSHOT WOUNDS OF THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD VESSELS
SECONDARY INFECTION OF WOUNDS
TRAUMATIC SHOCK INCURABLE BY VOLUME REPLACEMENT THERAPY : A SUMMARY OF FURTHER STUDIES INCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON THE HEMODYNAMICS, INTERMEDIARY METABOLISM AND THERAPEUTICS OF SHOCK
TRANSLOCATION OF FLUID PRODUCED BY THE INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF ISOTONIC SALT SOLUTIONS IN MAN POSTOPERATIVELY
METABOLIC ALTERATIONS FOLLOWING THERMAL BURNS : V. THE USE OF WHOLE BLOOD AND AN ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION IN THE TREATMENT OF BURNED PATIENTS
THE RATIONALE OF WHOLE BLOOD THERAPY IN SEVERE BURNS : A CLINICAL STUDY
DIRECT FLAP REPAIR OF DEFECTS OF THE ARM AND HAND : PREPARATION OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS FOR REPAIR OF NERVES, BONES AND TENDONS
A DESIGN FOR SURGICAL CONVALESCENCE
PROFITS TO PEACE-TIME PRACTICE FROM SURGICAL EXPERIENCES OF WAR