United States Naval Medical Bulletin Vol. 39 Nos. 1-4, 1941
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- military medicine, malaria, venereal disease, sexually-transmitted disease, Base Hospital 1, antibiotics, tuberculosis, aviation medicine, dentistry, World War II
Table of Contents
Notice to Service Contributors vi
Surgical High-Lights of 1940.
By Commander F. R. Hook, Medical Corps, United States Navy. 1
Oral Cysts of Dental Origin.
By Commander A. H. Yando, Dental Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant Carl A. Schlack, Dental Corps, United States Navy 22
Injury of the Nervous System, Common Problems with Respect to Effects.
By Lieutenant Commander George H. Hyslop, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 26
Bizarre Pain in the Extremities.
By Commander Rodney F. Atsatt, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 56
Therapeutic Aspects of the Psychoneuroses.
By Annette C. Washburne, M. D., F. A. C. P 60
By Lieutenant Commander C. W. Shilling, Medical Corps, United States Navy 64
Routine Kahn Blood Reactions, Report of 10,000 Tests Made on Naval Recruits.
By Captain G. E. Thomas, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) R. W. Garrity, Medical Corps, United States Navy 72
By Commander R. P. Parsons, Medical Corps, United States Navy 74
A Formula for Immediate Chemical Prophylaxis, Supplementary Report.
By Rear Admiral H. W. Smith, Medical Corps, United States Navy 80
Sulfanilamide and Related Products, Supplemental Report on Chemotherapy II.
By Lieutenant Robert A. Bell, Medical Corps, United States Navy 81
Sulfapyridine Treatment of Pneumonia, Employed Alone and Combined with Serum.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) R. O. Canada, Medical Corps, United States Navy 108
Sulfanilamide Therapy, Report of a New Type of Reaction.
By Lieutenant Commander Ray W. Hege, Medical Corps, United States Navy 114
Practical. Treatment of Pneumonia With Sulfapyridine.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) George F. Schmitt, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve, and H. Corwin Hinshaw, M. D_. 116
Sulfanilamide Poisoning, Acute Hemolytic Anemia.
By Captain John T. Bennett, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant Robert L. Ware, Medical Corps, United States Navy 119
Textbook of Clinical Neurology, Wechsler —Diabetes, Bortz —Arthritis, and Allied Conditions, Comroe —The Pathology of Internal Diseases, Boyd—Quantity Food Service Recipes, Compiled by the Administration Section of the American Dietetic Association — Clinical Toxicology, Thienes— Virus and Rickettsial Diseases, a Symposium held at the Harvard School of Public Health — Manual of Peripheral Vascular Disorders, Kramer —Clinical Heart Disease, Levine—Cardiovascular-Renal Disease, Smith, Weiss, Lillie, Konzelmann and Gault— Chemotherapy and Serum Therapy of Pneumonia, Lord, Robinson and Heffron—The Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Haves and Stone — Your Chest Should be Flat, Weisman — Clinical Diabetes Mellitus and Hyperinsulinism, Wilder —Obesity and Leanness, Rony —-Nutrition and Diet in Health and Disease, McLester — Life, Heat, and Altitude,
Dill— Hugh Young, a Surgeon's Autobiography — Modern Dermatology and Syphilology, Becker and Obermayer — Clinical Parasitology, Craig and Faust — Clinical Roentgenology of the Alimentary Tract, Buckstein— Diagnosis and Treatment of Head Injuries, Gross and Ehrlich — A Synopsis of Regional Anatomy, Johnston 123
Toxic Effects of Arsenical Compounds 139
Health of the Navy 153
Mental and Physical Qualifications of Recruits 161
Notice to Service Contributors vi
Physiological Effects of Hioh Altitude.
By Lieutenant A. R. Behnke, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant T. L. Willmon, Medical Corps, United States Navy 163
Acclimation to High Altitudes, A Review of Physiological Observations.
By Lieutenant Commander Chalmers L. Gemmill, Medical Corps, United 8tates Naval Reserve 178
Duties of the Dental Offices in Naval Combat.
By Commander Francis G. Ulen, Dental Corps, United States Navy 187
Treatment of Cardiovascular Emergencies.
By Lieutenant Commander Arthur M. Master, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 190
Hypersensitivity of the Carotid Sinus, A Case Report.
By Lieutenant Commander Julian Love, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant Commander Tilden I. Moe, Medical Corps, United States Navy 213
By Commander E. C. Carr, Medical Corps, United States Navy. . 217
Hypotension in Aviation, With a Review of 159 Fatal Crashes.
By Lieutenant Commander C. A. Young, Medical Corps, United States Navy 222
Intravenous Pentothal Sodium Anesthesia, With Illustrative Cases.
By Lieutenant E. M. Wade, Medical Corps, United States Navy. . 235
The Basis of Successful Parenteral Therapy.
By Carl W. Walter, M. D 249
Non-Industrial Eye Injuries, Treatment, With Illustrative Cases.
By Commander Warren D. Horner, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 262
Inguinal Hernia, Incidence in Civil Service Employees and Relation to Relaxed Rings.
By Lieutenant Commander Francis P. Gardner, Medical Corps, United States Navy 270
Routine Kahn Blood Reactions, Supplementary Report of 20,000 Tests Made on Naval Recruits With Observations on the Relationship of Cowpox Vaccination to the False Positive Test.
By Captain G. E. Thomas, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) R. W. Garrity, Medical Corps, United States Navy 272
Fame-Positive Wassermann Reaction in Cerebrospinal Fluid, Case Report.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) Russell L. Johnsrud, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 277
Sulfanilylguanidine, Treatment of Acute Bacillary Dysentery.
By Lieutenant Commander George M. Lyon, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 278
Notes and Comments:
The Fifteenth Surgeon General, United States Navy —Articles of Special Merit, 1940 — Cerebrospinal Fever— New Members, American College of Surgeons —The Neuroses in War — Need for Flight
The Cyclopedia of Medicine, Surgery and Specialties, Piersol and Bortz —Reports on Medical Progress, 1939, Nye— The Practice of Medicine, Meakins — Physical Diagnosis, Major—The Neuroses in War, Miller— Elmer and Rose Physical Diagnosis, Walker — Principles of Haematology, Haden— Introduction to Medicine, Sutton —A Textbook of Medical Diseases for Nurses, Stevens and Ambler —Physical Therapy for Nurses, Kovacs — Neoplastic Diseases, Ewing —A Textbook of Pathology, MacCallum — Mammalian Genetics, Castle— Trends in Nursing History, Jamieson and Sewall —
The Emperor's Itch, Friedman — Bundy's Anatomy and Physiology, Weeder —Applied Microbiology and Immunology for Nurses, Bolduan and Bolduan —The Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Devine— Principles of Surgical Care, Shock, and Other Problems, Blalock —The Rectum and the Colon, Hayden — Operative Surgery, Horsley and Bigger —Surgery of the Hand, Iselin — Gynecological and Obstetrical Pathology, Novak — Manual of Medical and Surgical Emergencies, Geiger — Bone Graft Surgery in Disease, Injury and Deformity, Albee — Physical Treatment by Movement, Manipulation and Massage, Mennell —Textbook of Ophthalmology, Duke- Elder —Office Urology, Pelouze — Clinical Urology, Lowsley and Kirwin— Dermatology and Syphilology for Nurses, Stokes —Text book of Dental Anatomy and Physiology, Wheelei" —The American Textbook of Operative Dentistry, Ward. 303
Industrial Hygiene and the Navy in National Defense 321
Health of the Navy. 337
Mental and Physical Qualifications of Recruits. 337
Notice to Service Contributors vi
Brucellosis, Undulant Fever.
By Commander Walter M. Simpson, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve - 339
Compressed Air Illness.
By Lieutenant Commander Charles W. Shilling, Medical Corps. United States Navy 367
Sulfapyridine In Gonorrhea.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) Robert E. Bruner, Medical Corps, United States Navy._ 376
Sulfathiazole Treatment Of Gonococcal Infection Of Ambulatory Cases Aboard Ship, Supplementary Report.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) E. E. Metcalfe, Medical Corps. United States Navy. 382
Evaluation of the Use of Sulfonamides in the Treatment of Gonorrhea.
By Lieutenant Commander French R. Moore, Medical Corps, United States Navy 386
Collapse Therapy of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Results with Pneumoperitoneum.
By Commander E. G. Brian, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant E. Ricen, Medical Corps, United States Navy 391
Streamlining Full Denture Prosthesis.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) J. B. Casey, Dental Corps, United States Navy 396
Pylephlebitis Complicating Appendicitis.
By Lieutenant Paul M. Crossland, Medical Corps, United States Navy 398
Neuritis as a Serum Reaction, Report of Two Cases.
By Lieutenant Commander B. W. Hogan, Medical Corps, United States Navy... 403
Acute Cadmium Metal Poisoning, Report of Three Outbreaks.
By Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) J. T. Cangelosi, Medical Corps, United States Navy 408
Psoriasis Nummularis, Case Report.
By Lieutenant Commander David B. Peters, Medical Corps, United States Navy 411
Medical and Surgical Devices:
A Modification of the Diaphragm Stethoscope.
By Lieutenant Edwin J. DeCosta, Medical Corps, United States Naval Reserve 413
A New Walking Appliance for Plaster Casts.
By Blake E. Ferrell, Machinist's Mate, First Class, United States Navy 413
Notes and Comments:
Air Transportation of Wounded in the German Campaign in Poland— Meeting of The American College of Physicians, April 21-25, 1941 — Medical Officers Elected to The American College of Physicians for 1940-41 —The Prevention of War Wounds by Armor 416
The Army Medical Services in War, Nicholls — State Board Questions and Answers for Nurses —The 1940 Year Books— History of Pharmacy, Kremers— Essentials of the Diagnostic Examination, Youmans— Diseases of the Digestive System, Rosenthal—-Bacteriology of Public Health, Cameron — Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Cushny— Foreign Bodies Left in the Abdomen, Crossen — Methods for Diagnostic Bacteriology, Schaub and Foley— Applied Pharmacology, McGuigan —-An Introduction to Biochemistry, Fearon—The Fundamentals of Nutrition, Hawley and Maurer-Mast —-The Essentials of Physiology and Pharmacodynamics, Bachmann and Bliss— A Textbook of Histology, Jordan — The Essentials of Applied Medical Laboratory Technic, Feder— Ceramics in Dentistry, Cohen — The Science of Dental Materials,
Skinner—The Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus, Joslin, Root, White and Marble—Newer Nutrition in Pediatric Practice, Kugelmass—-Management of the Cardiac Patient, Leaman— A Treatise on Medicolegal Ophthalmology, Snell 419
Analysis of Toe Injuries in Relation to Accident Prevention.. 433
Health of the Navy 439
Mental and Physical Qualifications of Recruits 469
Notice to Service Contributors viii
Foreword by the Surgeon General of the Navy. By Rear Admiral Ross T. Mclntire, Medical Corps, United
States Navy 471
Physical Fitness of Naval Personnel.
By Lieutenant Commander J. J. Tunney, United States Naval Reserve 471
United States Naval Mobile Base Hospital No. 1.
By Captain Lucius W. Johnson, Medical Corps, United States Navy 479
Mobile Base Hospital No. 1. By Commander Thomas B. Magath, Medical Corps, United States
Naval Reserve 492
The Supply Officer With a Naval Mobile Base Hospital.
By Ensign Philip F. Ashler, Supply Corps, United States Navy. . 498
United States Naval Mobile Base Hospital No. 1, From the viewpoint of a Civil Engineer.
By Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Wayne D. Schoonover, Civil Engineer Corps, United States Naval Reserve 504
Human Plasma and Serum.
By Lieutenant Commander L. R. Newhouser, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Captain Douglas B. Kendrick, Medical Corps, United States Army 506
Psychiatry in Aviation.
By Captain J. C. Adams, Medical Corps, United States Navy 514
The Role of Photo-Roentqenograms in the Elimination of Endemic Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
By Commander R. E. Duncan, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant E. Ricen, Medical Corps, United States Navy 519
Peritendinitis Calcarea, With Particular Reference to Calcification in the Supraspinatus Tendon.
By Lieutenant Commander William E. Pinner, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant A. H. Staderman, Medical Corps, United States Navy -521
Posterior Dislocation of the Head of the Humerus and the Diagnostic Value of Lateral and Vertical Views.
By Lieutenant Commander John P. Wood, Medical Corps,United States Navy 532
Venereal Disease Education in the Navy. A Questionnaire Study With Comment and Suggestion for Improvement.
By Lieutenant Commander C. K. Youngkin, Medical Corps, United States Navy.. — 535
Field Surgery in Total War, Jolly —Surgery of Modern Warfare, Bailey— War Wounds and Injuries, Fletcher and Raven— Medical Diseases of War, Hurst, Barber, Knott and Ross —Toughen Up, America, Heiser—The Mask of Sanity, Cleckley — Introduction to Psychobiology and Psychiatry, Richards— Hygiene, Meredith — Approved Laboratory Technic, Kolmer and Boerner —The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Goodman and Gilman — The Pharmacology of Anesthetic Drugs, Adriani —Textbook of Biochemistry, Harrow — Physical Medicine, Krusen— Methods of Treatment, Clendening and Hashinger—The Extra-Ocular Muscles, Peter— Gonorrhea in the Male and Female, Pelouze — The Foot and Ankle, Lewin— Urological Nursing, Davis— Brucellosis, Harris — Cerebrospinal Fever, Brinton —Diseases of the Digestive System, Portis — Textbook of Pediatrics, Griffith and Mitchell —A Diabetic Manual, Joslin —Arthritis, Comroe — Natural Resistance and Clinical Medicine. Perla and Marmorston —Anus, Rectum and Sigmoid Colon, Bacon —The Treatment of Fractures, Bohler—First Aid in Emergencies, Eliason— Emergency Surgery. Bailey— Abdominal Operations, Maingot — Essentials of Dermatology, Tobias — Clinical Pellagra, Harris — Dermatologic Allergy, Sulzberger — Dermatologic
Therapy in General Practice, Sulzberger and Wolf— Bacillary and Rickettsial Infections, Holmes— Applied Orthodontics, McCoy — Exodontia, Feldman—The Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease, Stroud— Heart Failure, Fishberg— Cardiac Classics, Willius and Keys — Electrocardiography in Practice, Graybiel and White— The Heart in Pregnancy and the Childbearing Age, Hamilton and Thomson — The American College of Physicians, Morgan —Quick Reference Book for Medicine and Surgery, Rehberger —The Practitioners Library of Medicine and Surgery, Blumer—The New International Clinics, Piersol— Scabies, Friedman 579
Toxic Effects of Arsenical Compounds 605
Observations on Mosquito and Malaria Control in the Caribbean Area.
By Lieutenant Omar J. Brown, Medical Corps, United States Navy, and Lieutenant Robert L. Ware, Medical Corps, United States Navy 614
Water Distillation in Polluted Harbors.
By Commander Alanson L. Bryan, Medical Corps, United States Navy 632
Health of the Navy i 635
Mental and Physical Qualifications of Recruits 653
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