A Review of 381 Cases Admitted to Toronto General Hospital 1937–1953 Inclusive*
Evaluation of the Use of a Segment of Jejunum to Replace the Stomach Following Total Gastrectomy*
Hemorrhage as a Complication of Gastro-enterostomy*
Physiologic Alterations Resulting from Carbohydrate, Protein and Fat Meals in Patients Following Gastrectomy
Studies on Wound Healing, with Special Reference to the Phenomenon of Contracture in Experimental Wounds in Rabbits' Skin*
Suture Technic and Wound Healing An Investigation Based on Animal Experiments*
Anatomy and Surgery of Anal Fissure With Special Reference to Internal Sphincterotomy*
Splenectomy in Mediterranean Anemia
The Role of Antibiotics in Infections of the Biliary Tract Studies in Sensitivity and Biliary Tract Excretion*
The Routine Use of Amplified Heart Sounds During Surgery
The Management of Wounds of the Heart. A Recent Series of 43 Cases with Comment on Pericardicentesis in Hemopericardium
Resection of Tumors of the Sternum*
Surgery in Hemophiliacs with Special Reference to the Central Nervous System*
Congenital Absence of the Scalp and Skull*
The Use of the Transverse Colon for Reconstruction of the Esophagus in Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula*
Treatment of Aneurysm of the Pancreaticoduodenal Artery by Excision
Congenital Atresia of the Cecum*
Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of the Cecum with Gross Findings Simulating Pseudomyxoma Peritonei
Intestinal Obstruction in the Newborn Caused by Agenesis of the Myenteric Plexus of the Entire Colon*
A Case of Intussusception with Anal Protrusion*
Keeping Abreast