THE WAR GOES ON
CONTROVERSIAL ASPECTS OF BLUNT RENAL TRAUMA
THE RENAL FACTOR IN THE POST-TRAUMATIC “FLUID OVERLOAD” SYNDROME
HYPOCALCEMIA AND NEPHROGENOUS CYCLIC AMP PRODUCTION IN CRITICALLY ILL OR INJURED PATIENTS
THE DEEP PERINEAL LACERATION-AN INJURY FREQUENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH OPEN PELVIC FRACTURES
SHOCK AND ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE AFTER CHEST TRAUMA
DYNAMICS OF INSULIN AND GLUCAGON SECRETIONS IN SEVERELY BURNED PATIENTS
A NEW LIMULUS ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF ENDOTOXIN
PNEUMATIC TROUSERS AND THE MANAGEMENT OF SHOCK
SELECTIVE HYPERALIMENTATION
PANCREATODUODENECTOMY FOR PENETRATING PANCREATIC TRAUMA
Prevention of complications after liver trauma
The morbidity and mortality of splenectomy in children
Bullet emboli in the pulmonary and systemic arteries
Autologous blood in the treatment of intra-operative hemorrhage
Non-operative management of hemobilia
Acute renal failure following blunt civilian trauma
Patterns of high tension electrical injury in children and adolescents and their management
Infection complicating fracture of the shaft of the femur
Value of peritoneal lavage in closed abdominal trauma
Neuropsychiatric diagnostic considerations in closed cranio-cerebral trauma
Tetanus prophylaxis
Special problems in the intensive care of multiple trauma
Early examination of the eyes in craniocerebral trauma
Arteriography and peritoneal lavage in abdominal trauma
Possibilities of screw fixation of certain simple fractures of the head of the radius
Supracondylar fractures of the humerus in the aged
Urologic aspects of retroperitoneal hematoma
Hyperbaric oxygenation in gas gangrene
Industrial injuries of the eye
Industrial injuries of the eye
Results of treatment of acute acromio-clavicular dislocations
Medical treatment of post-traumatic cerebral edema