October 1980, Volume 30, Issue 10

Special Communication

MEDICAL LITERATURE ON PAKISTAN

M. Ataur Rahim  ( Faculty of Dentistry, University of Riyad Riyad, Saudi Arabia. )

1. kamra, B.L. 1937. Rheumatic fever in the Punjab. IMG; 72:88-90.
2. Kamra, B.L. 1938. Incidence of pulmonary Tuberculosis in the Punjab villages. IMG; 73:477-478.
3. Khan, M.M. 1942. Scurvy in the famine areas of Hissar district, Punjab. IMG; 77:6-12.
4. Khan, Y.M. and Wig, K.L. 1945. Chronic endemic fluorosis in the Punjab. IMG; 80: 429-433.
5. Khanna, L.C. and Sachdew, J.C. 1946. Normal Blood sedimentation rate and other haema-tological values in the Punjab. IMG; 81:296-299.
6. Khanna, L.C. and Manchanda, S.S. 1946. Basal metabolic studies in the Punjab. IMG; 81:458-460.
7. Kirk, K.W. 1847. Medical Topography of Upper Sinde. CJNH: 8:217-222.
8. Korke, V.T. 1933-34. Observations on Filariasis in some Areas in British India. Part 9., Sind Area, IJMR; 21:437-440.
9. Lal, R.B. and Shah, K.S. 1932-33. Malaria and water-logging; being a report on a study of the Health conditions prevailing at Chakan-wali Gujranmala district, Punjab. RMSI; 3:583-634.
10. Lalor, J. 1861. On the hill districts to the South-West of Mehur, in Sind. TMPSB; n.s. No. 6:271-283.
11. Lalor, J. 1961. Ann. Rep. on Jacobabad for 1859-60. TMPSB; n.s. No. 6:315-332.
12. Large, D.T.M. 1928-29. Dysentery in the Lahore Military District. IJMR; 16:1128-1138,
13. Lawrie, E. 1900. Report on cases of Malarial Fever at the Hyderabad Medical School, during the month of October, 1899. IMG; 35:1-5.
14. Leahy, A.. 1885. Two cases of" Dislocation on to the dorsum illi reduced by manipulation. IMG; 20: p. 248.
15. Lees, L.H. 1871. Contribution to the vital statistics of the Punjab. IMG; 6:109-112; 136-138.
16. Ledger, L.K. and Wasson, T.C. 1941. Ages of epiphyseal union at elbow and wrist joints amongst 238 children in N.W.F.P. IMG; 76:81-84.
17. Leith, A.H. 1841. Rep. of the 1st Troop Horse Brigade, stationed at Sholapoor, Poona and on Field Service in Scinde, for the years 1838, 1839 and 1840. TMPSB; 4:46-74.
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19. Lisboa, J.C. for 1853-54 published in 1855. Case of Cataract, treated at the Kurraehee Dispensary. TMPSB; No. 2 N.S. 301-302.
20. Lord, P.B. 1841. Catalogue of medicine found in the Bazaars of Hyderabad, Khyrpur. and Shikarpur. TMPSB; 4:115-127.
21. Luthra, P.N. 1946. Ulcus Tropicum in Fazilka, Punjab. IMG; 81:169-171.
22. Lyons, R.T. 1871. Field surgery on the N.W. Front: IMG; 6:133-134; 151-154.
23. McCombie Young, T.C, Richmond, A.E. and Brendish, G.R. 1925-26. Sand fly and Sand fly fever in the Peshawar district. IJMR; 13:961-1021.
24. McCombie Young, T.C., and Majid, S.A. 1930. Malaria in Sind with reference to Sukkur Barrage Scheme. RMSf; 1:341-408.
25. McCarrison, R. 1903. A case of \'\'Blastomycetic Dermatitis" in a Chitrali. IMG; 38:138-140.
26. McCarrison, R. 1909. Dangue and Chitral fever. IMG; 44: p. 197.
27. McCarrison, R. 1926. A note on lathyrism in the Gilgit Agency. IJMR; 14:379-382.
28. McCarrison, R. 1926-27. A further history of Goitre at the Lawrence Royal Military School, Sauawar, Punjab. IMTMR; 14: 655-658.
29. McCarrison, R., Sankaran, G. and Madhava, K.B. 1930-31. Urinary Excretion of Iodine of Goitrous and Non-Goitrous Persons in Gilgit. IJMR; 18:1335-1346.
30. McCarrison, R., Krishnan, B.G. and Madhava, K.B. 1931. Urinary excretion of iodine by goitrous and nongoitrous persons in Gilgit. IJMR; 19:67-70.
31. McCarrison, R. and Sankaran, G. 1931-32. Urinary excretion of Iodine by goitrous and non-goitrous persons in Gilgit. Pt. 2., IJMR: 19:67-70.
32. McKellar, E. 1877. Rep. on an outbreak of cholera in the district city and cantonments of Sialkot in August and September, 1876. IMG; 12:29-34.
33. McCloghry, J. 1900. Replies to the circular on Stones from Karachi. IMG; 35: p. 333.
34. McRobert, G.R. 1935. Clinical evidence of Rheumatic fever in the Punjab. IMG; 70:537-538.
35. Macdonald, G. and Majid, A. 1931. Report on an intensive malaria survey in the Karnal district, Punjab. RMSI; 2:423-480.
36. MacDowall, C. 1887. Notes on Enteric fever at Quetta. TMPSB, n.s. 10:7-11.
37. Mackenzie, L.H.L. 1927. Lathyrism in the Gilgit Agency. IMG; 62:201-202.
38. Mackinnon, K. 1848. A treatise on the public health, climate, hygiene and prevailing diseases of Bengal and North Western Pro-vinces.
39. Mallick, S.N.K., Aggarmal, H.R. and Dua, R.L. 1942. An investigation into the types of tubercle bacilli causing extra-pulmonary tuberculosus lesions in the Punjab. IMG; 77:623-625.
40. Malone, R.H. and Maitra, G.C. 1919-20. Lethargic Encephalitis in Karachie during an Epidemic of Influenza. IJMR; 7:526-535.
42. Malone, R.H. 1923-24. A note on the type of Pneumococcus found in the Punjab and North West Frontier Province of India. IJMR; 11:947-950.
43. Megaw, J. 1933. Diet as a possible Factor in the causation of stone in the bladder in the Punjab. IMG; 68:64-65.
44. Meyer, C.H.L. 1917. Epidemic of Jaundice, " Waziristan Field Forces. IMG; 52:425-426.
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46. Millar, G.M. and Mohi-ud-din Gulam. 1937. Cholera in Kashmir in 1935 with special reference to certain aspects of the value of protective inoculation. IMG; 72:402-403.
47. Milne, R. 1906. The Punjab Lunatic Asvlum. IMG; 41: p. 489.
48. Mitra, A. 1888. Surgical work in the State hospital of Kashmere. IMG; 23:14-15.
49. Mitra, A. 1899. Cancer in Kashmir. IMG; 34:7-8.
50. Mitra, A. 1901. Eye diseases of Kashmir. IMG; 36: p. 260.
51. Mitra, A. 1907. The Plague in Kashmir. IMG; 42:133-138.
52. Mohammed, Wali. 1906. A typhoid Fever Case (Paratyphoid) in the Ferozepore Jail. IMG; 41:219-220.
53. Molony, J.B. deW and Gorman, J.H. 1936. Malaria in Quetta. An analysis of the statistics of admission to military hospital and their correlation with temp, humidity and rainfall. RMSI; 6:273-288.
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55. Mulligan, H.W. 1935. Some notes on malaria in Baluchistan. RMSI; 5:339-343.
56. Mulligan, H.W. and Puri, I.M. 1936. Description of Anopheles habibi n.sp. from Quetta, Baluchistan. RMSI; 6:67-72.
57. Mulligan, H.W. and Baily, J.D. 1936. Malaria in Quetta, Baluchistan. RMSI; 6:289-385.
58. Nath, P. 1931. Incidence of Enteric in the Punjab. IJM; 12:51-61.
59. Nath, V., Lall, J. and Singh, J. 1933. Malignant disease in the Punjab. IMG; 68:127-133.
60. Nath, T. 1946. Tropical ulcer in the Hissar Dist. of the Punjab. IMG; 81: p. 169.
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62. Neve, A. 1889. The Kashmir Cholera Epidemic of 1888. IMG; 24:289-292.
63. Neve, E.F. 1893. Report for 1891-92 on Kashmir State Leper Asylum. IMG; 28:93-94.
64. Neve, A. 1899. Kashmir Medical Mission. IMG; 34: p. 231.
65. Neve, E.F. 1899. A year\'s surgery in Kashmir Mission Hospital. IMG; 34:165-168.
66. Neve, E.F. 1900. The Operative treatment of vesical Calculus in Kashmir based on 116 consecutive cases. IMG; 35:303-305.
67. Neve, E.F. 1902. A decade of Tumour surgery in the Kashmir Mission Hospital. IMG; 37:164-166.
68. Neve, E.F. 1902. Decade of Tumour surgery in Kashmir Mission Hospital. IMF; 37: p. 164.
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