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January 4, 1936

Medical News

JAMA. 1936;106(1):47-50. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770010049018

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District Meetings.—  The Sixth Councilor District Medical Society met in DeQueen, December 10, under the presidency of Dr. Albert S. Buchanan, Prescott. Dr. Curt O. von Wedel Jr., Oklahoma City, discussed "Common Injuries to the Face"; Drs. William A. Hutchinson, Texarkana, "Importance of Preoperative Treatment"; Robert L. Hopkins, DeQueen, "Management of Pelvic Infection"; Hugh E. Longino, Texarkana, "The Cystoscope, Its Value and Limitations," and George B. Fletcher, Hot Springs National Park, "Menopausal Changes." —The Ninth Councilor District Medical Society was addressed in Harrison, December 3, among others, by Drs. Sidney J. Wolfermann, Fort Smith, on "Diagnostic Significance of Jaundice" and William A. Snodgrass, Little Rock, "Ectopic Pregnancy."


Dr. Meyer Ill with Psittacosis.—  Karl F. Meyer, Ph.D., director of the Hooper Foundation for Medical Research of the University of California, San Francisco, has been ill with psittacosis for two months, the New York Times reported, December 27. Dr. Meyer

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