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Journal of the Indian Medical Association September 1953


According to general experience to which our own was no exception every case of hepatic coma ended fatally irrespective of the stage when the patient came under treatment and of the kind of therapy administered upto the introduction of broad spectrum antibiotics in the treatment of this condition. [...] The general condition 'improved satisfactorily appetite returned vertigo and weakness were not felt again The intensity of the jaundice however hardly lessene and on 25-3-53 just one month after the onset of his illness puffiness of the face was noticed; the urine contained albumii and numerous icterus casts. [...] (i) In the first stage the whole of the first rib up to the cartilage and the bony portion of the second rib up to the cartilage are removed only a small portion of die third rib posteriorly is removed leaving the anterior and lateral parts as support of the lung. [...] this apicolysis or mobilisation of the apex has been achieved up to the level of the arch of the aorta on the left side or the azygos vein on the right. [...] TABLE t—EXTENT OF LESION AN1) REseUr nr ( )11.:1?Al o Ls; ON IT Extent of on ' or Extent utio tic Eric in in than less than one Bona a 1. ( ) 5 nil (70 (30 per per cent) cent) The result of the operation on the extent of lesion has been tabulated and the percentage of success as seen in these cases is independent of the extent of lesion as such.
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Aureomycin and Terramycin in Infective Hepatitis and Hepatic Coma
481-485 Robert Heilig, R.K. Sharma view
Thoracoplasty in Pulmonary Tuberculosis
485-488 J.K. Nag, R. Chakravarty, S. Adhya view
Treatment of Ascariasis in Children with Hetrazan
488-489 P.V. Kurain view
Chronic Intestinal Amebiasis
490-492 K.R. Mahajan view
Consumption Level of Depressed Classes (Nonia and Chamar) in Champaran (Bihar)
492-495 S.B. Lal view
Medical Treatment of Cases of Enlarged Prostate
495-496 C.H. Primlani view
Renal Factors in Edema
497-503 Himanshu Chakwarvarti view
Sirenomelian Monster (a Case of Sympus apus)
503-504 B.P. Trivedi, D. Barua view
Suicidal Poisoning by Dinitrophenol
504-505 S.Ananta Swamy view
Poisoning Due to Artificial Oil of Bitter Almonds
505-506 R.A. Desai view
Thoracoplasty in Lung Tuberculosis
507-507 unknown view
Current Medical Literature
508-509 unknown view
Current Topic I .M .A . Arranges Residency Training Abroad for Indian Doctors
510-511 unknown view
Notes and News
511-511 unknown view
512-513 unknown view
514-516 unknown view
Supplement Journal of the Indian Medical Association
i-viii unknown view

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