Tuberculosis in obstetrics and gynaecology

Tuberculosis in obstetrics and gynaecology

BRITISH TUBEROULOSIS ASSOOIATION 459 REVIE WS Tuberculosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology GEORGE SCHAEFFER, Cornell University Medical College; J. an...

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BRITISH TUBEROULOSIS ASSOOIATION

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REVIE WS Tuberculosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology GEORGE SCHAEFFER, Cornell University Medical College; J. and A. Churchill, London. 1956. Pp. 307. £ 3 3s. I t is more than twenty years since the last book in English on this subject was published. Another was clearly due. The book deals with all important aspects of management of the woman with tuberculosis during pregnancy, labour and the puerperium, and describes the manifestations and treatment of tuberculosis of the breast and female genital tract. It is clearly written with the authority of experience and well produced. The references appear adequate and well chosen. The book will probably become the standard English work on the subject and remain so for a long time.

Postural Drainage E. WINIFRED THACKER, Harefield Hospital; Lloyd-Luke, London. 1956. Pp. 56.

8s.6d. This book is a practical, clearly written and well illustrated account of the details of postural drainage. It appears to be written for physiotherapists; but those who order the treatment may profit as much from the' book as those who give it. It should be particularly useful to those working in centres where skilled physiotherapy is not yet available.

THE BRITI S H TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION PROVINCIAL MEETING

A meeting of the Association was held in collaboration with the North of England Tuberculosis Society on September 28 and 29, 1956, at Newcastle upon Tyne. The following papers were presented: Ambulant Treatment oj Pulmonary Tuberculosis. DR K. M. CHALMERS Tuberculosis in Canada - Report of a Three-Months Visit. DR a. W. L. JEANES

The Origin andNatural History of Peripheral Tuberculous Lymphadenitis.

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Surgical Experience in Bilateral Pulmonary Tuberculosis. MR S. G. GRIFFIN Primary Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Surgery. MR R. DOBSON Studies of the Prevalence of Bronchitis in Different Communities. DR 1. T. T. HIGGINS Respiratory Diseases and Atmospheric Pollution. DR JAMES GRANT Bronchitis in Britain - Is a National Preventive and Therapeutic Service Essential? DR H.JoULES The Meeting will be reported in the next number of the journal.

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APT'-Symposium on .CHRONIC BRSlNCHITIS. Wednesday. December . 12, 1956. 3.30-6:30 p.m ., in B.M.A. House, W.C.!. Chairman: 1. L. Llvlnnstone, M.D ., F ,R.C.P . Jntroductlon, Neville C. Oswald, T .D., F.R.C.P.. and nine other papers, Admission by ticket. Details from NAPT. Tavislock House Nonb, London, W.C.1.