January 17, 1931

Medical News

JAMA. 1931;96(3):198-202. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720290042016

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Popular Lectures at Stanford.  —Speakers and their subjects for the forty-ninth course of popular medical lectures at Lane Hall, Stanford University School of Medicine, San Francisco, are announced as follows:

  • Dr. Alson R. Kilgore, cancer, January 23.

  • Dr. George D. Lyman, "The Odyssey of John Marsh: The First American Physician and Surgeon in California," February 6.

  • Dr. Ludwig A. Emge, "Minor Pelvic Ailments of Women," February 20.

  • Dr. Emile F. Holman, "Past and Present Concepts in Oriental Medicine," March 6.

  • Dr. Arthur L. Bloomfield, "Indigestion and Its Management," March 20.

Society News.  — Drs. Joseph M. King and William H. Brownfield addressed the Los Angeles County Medical Association, Dec. 18, 1930, on "Acute Suppurative Pericarditis" with case report

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