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Gynecological aspects of obstetrical delivery.
  • M. McCall
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 26 January 1963
TLDR
The article reviews some of the advances in the prevention of maternal mortality and morbidity and emphasizes the important place of intelligent conservative obstetrics in the hands of both general physicians and specialists. Expand
Effects of barbiturate sedation on the brain in toxemia of pregnancy.
Recently quantitative studies of cerebral circulation and metabolism have been carried out on women with toxemia of pregnancy. 1 It was found that the cerebral blood flow was not affected by any typeExpand
Conservation of ovarian tissue in the treatment of carcinoma of the cervix with radical surgery.
TLDR
It appears that ovaries function well when left in situ after extensive pelvic surgery, and it is hoped that this preliminary report will point the way to more intelligent individualization of the therapy for cancer of the cervix in young women with early lesions. Expand
An investigation of ovarian tissue and urinary 17-ketosteroids in patients with bilateral polycystic ovaries.
TLDR
It must be concluded from this study that the ovary does not produce the increased urinary 17-ketosteroids found in patients with bilateral polycystic ovaries, and there was a statistically significant decrease of these elevated steroids following ovarian wedge resection. Expand
The action of magnesium sulfate on cerebral circulation and metabolism in toxemia of pregnancy.
  • M. McCall, D. Sass
  • Medicine
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 1 May 1956
TLDR
It is concluded that magnesium sulfate with its exemplary action on the brain is a superior sedative and anticonvulsant in toxemia of pregnancy and may be combined to great physiologic and therapeutic advantage with appropriate vasodilators when marked hypertension and vasospasm are present. Expand
Cerebral blood flow and metabolism in toxemias of pregnancy.
  • M. McCall
  • Medicine
  • Surgery, gynecology & obstetrics
  • 1 December 1949
Extraperitoneal cesarean section in the profoundly infected patient.
  • M. McCall
  • Medicine
  • American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
  • 1 March 1949
TLDR
The modern technique of extraperitoneal cesarean section is the safest and simplest method of treating severely infected cases when vaginal delivery of an intact infant cannot be consummated. Expand
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