Recent Publications by Members of the Staff and Fellows


*E. N. Collins and T. E. Jones: Benign Stricture of the Intestine Due to Irradiation of Carcinoma of the Cervix Uteri, Surg. Gynec. Obst., 59:644–(October) 1934.

George Crile: Pathologic Physiology of the Gall Bladder and Liver, South Surgeon, 3:171–180, (September) 1934.

George Crile: Indications and Contra-Indications for Denervation of the Adrenal Glands, Ann. Surg., 100:667–669, (October) 1934.

George Crile: Pathologic Physiology of the Neuro-Glandular System, Am. Med. Sc., 189:276–280, (February) 1935.

*A. Carlton Ernstene and Bert E. Mulvey: A Study of Auricular Fibrillation Following Operations for Goiter, Am. J. Med. Sc., 188:382–386, (September) 1934.

W. J. Gardner: Intracranial Operations in the Sitting Position, Ann. Surg 101:138–145, (January) 1935.

Russell L. Haden: The Classification of Chronic Arthritis, Physiotherapy Review, 14:142–143, (September–October) 1934.

Russell L. Haden: The Mechanism of the Increased Fragility of the Erythrocytes in Congenital Hemolytic Jaundice, Am. J. Med. Sc., 188:441–449, (October) 1934.

Russell L. Haden: The Complete Treatment of Pernicious Anemia, Am. J. Digestive Diseases & Nutrition, 1:628–634, (November) 1934.

C. C. Higgins and Edward J. Lavin: Solitary Cysts of the Kidney, Radiology, 23:598–603, (November) 1934.

C. C. Higgins: Transuretero-ureteral Anastomosis, Trans. Am. Assoc. Genito-urinary Surgeons, p. 279–285, 1934.

C. C. Higgins: Aseptic Uretero-Intestinal Anastomosis, Urol. & Cut. Rev., 39:76–81, (February) 1935.

T. E. Jones: Results of Prolonged Irradiation for Malignant Conditions of Pelvis, J.A.M.A., 103:1678–1681, (December 1) 1934.

F. A. Loop: Splenectomy in Mother and Daughter for Familial Haemolytic Jaundice, Ann. Surg., 100:. . .



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