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May 16, 1936

Medical News

JAMA. 1936;106(20):1739-1744. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770200045021

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Society News.—  At a meeting of the Sixth Councilor District Medical Society in Prescott, recently, the speakers were Drs. Grandison D. Royston on "Importance of Symptoms in Pelvic Disorders"; Joseph Hoy Sanford, "Obscure Abdominal Pain—Importance of Urinary Tract Investigation"; Joseph W. Larimore, "The Ileocecal Segment," and Ernest Sachs, "Early Diagnosis of Brain Tumors." All are of St. Louis.—In an exchange program, recently, members of the Pulaski County Medical Society, all of Little Rock, addressed the Sebastian County Medical Society: Drs. William V. Newman, on "Sulfur Treatment of Arthritis"; Robert A. Milliken, "Arthrodesis," and Henry F. DeWolf, "Etiology and Pathogenesis of Inflammatory Stricture of the Rectum."—Among others, the Ouachita County Medical Society was addressed at Camden, recently, by Drs. Herbert A. Durham, Shreveport, La., on "Fractures of the Femur," and Marion D. Hargrove, Shreveport, "Auricular Fibrillation."—Dr. Willis C. Campbell, Memphis, discussed diseases of the knee joint before the Union County

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