[Official Session Reports of the Russian Endocrinologic Society for the Fiscal Year 1928-1929. No. 5.] Paper. Pp. 96. Moscow, 1930.
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The Russian society for endocrine studies, which has been in existence since 1924, is made up, as elsewhere, of biologists, pathologists and clinicians. It has branches in the most important cities of the soviet union, while smaller cities have the benefits of occasional visits by the members who deliver "talks" on the topics of the day, thus arousing interest in problems pertaining to endocrinology. A special institute (state institute for experimental endocrinology) with a library and a periodical, Vestnick Endocrinologii (Messenger of Endocrinology) are at the disposal of the society. Its first eight proceedings appeared in their journal; the rest have been published in separate issues, of which the present, the fifth, covers eight (thirty-seventh to forty-fourth) meetings, from Oct. 13, 1928, to May, 1929. The papers usually appear in the form of abstracts, with the discussions in full. What is rather unique and really admirable are the chairman's summaries
Protokoly Zasedaniy za 1928-1929. Vypusk 5.. JAMA. 1930;95(11):820. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720110056036