Browse publications by year: 1931

  1. Veerasingham KV
    MeSH terms: Leprosy; Disease Transmission, Infectious
  2. Sinton JA
    MeSH terms: Adult; Arsenicals; Cinchona; Humans; India/ethnology; Malaria; Military Personnel
  3. Sen NK
    MeSH terms: Agglutination Tests; Fever; Humans; Salmonella; Bacteremia
  4. Selwyn-Clarke PS
    MeSH terms: Hospitals, District; Hospitals, General; Humans; Malaria; Seasons
  5. Scott GW
    MeSH terms: Mental Health; Neurasthenia; Tropical Climate; Heat Stroke; European Continental Ancestry Group
  6. Scharff JW
    MeSH terms: Anopheles; China/ethnology; Singapore; Cryopreservation; Farms
  7. Scharff JW
    MeSH terms: Health Personnel
  8. Robertson EA
    MeSH terms: Diphtheria; Schools; Students; Vaccination
  9. Oliveiro CJ
    MeSH terms: Calcium; Calcium, Dietary; Vitamin D
  10. O'Connor MP, Ponnampalam P
    MeSH terms: Adult; Chickenpox; Herpes Zoster; Humans; India/ethnology; Male
  11. Nocht PB
    MeSH terms: Antimony Potassium Tartrate; Bacterial Infections; Communicable Diseases; Disinfectants; Drug Therapy; Granuloma Inguinale; Leishmaniasis, Visceral; Malaria; Quinine; Syphilis; Trypanosoma; Trypanosomiasis, African; Leishmaniasis, Cutaneous
  12. Lum MY
    MeSH terms: Hospitals; Humans; Infant; Twins, Conjoined
  13. Lonie TC
    MeSH terms: Humans; Malaria
  14. Kanagarayer K
    MeSH terms: Clinical Laboratory Information Systems; Laboratories
  15. Jacques F
    MeSH terms: Animals; Disease Outbreaks; Malaria
  16. Hughes H
    Malayan Medical Journal, 1931;6:116-123.
    1. Seventy-seven cases of tropical ulcer were studied in the General Hospital, Johore.
    2. Age was found to be an important factor in the incidence and duration of the disease.
    3. One or more debilitating factors could always be established. After removal of these factors, the ulcer in many cases tended to heal.
    4. The course of the ulcer is divided into three stages. Stage I is the spreading stage. In Stage II, a mild sloughing occurs within the original boundaries of the ulcer. This is a chronic stage. In stage III, there is either a stationary or a healing ulcer.
    5. Treatment for the first stage is mainly directed towards the general condition of the patient. In the second stage the associated debilitating factors are treated. In cases which do not respond to these measures we tried many forms of treatment. Of these, the most rational seems to be application of strong antiseptics to the sloughs themselves. We have used quinine, as recommended by Innes for this purpose, and we have obtained very satisfactory results in a small series of obstinate cases. Stage III is treated by the application of elastic adhesive bandage.
    MeSH terms: China/ethnology; Hookworm Infections; Hospitals; Humans; Male; Sanitation; Spirochaetales; Ulcer; Malnutrition
  17. Hawes RB
    Malayan Medical Journal, 1931;6:108-110.
    MeSH terms: Albuminuria; Child; Edema; Humans; Male; Nephrosis; Pneumococcal Infections; Singapore
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