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November 8, 1941

Medical News

JAMA. 1941;117(19):1634-1637. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820450058021

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Abstract

ARKANSAS 

Two Day Course of Postgraduate Instruction. —  The committee on postgraduate instruction of the Arkansas Medical Society conducted its tenth two day course of postgraduate instruction at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock, October 22-23. The morning of the first day was devoted to a symposium on the clinical use of the vitamins. Included among the speakers on the general program were:Dr. Grady W. Reagan, Little Rock, Early Diagnosis of Prostatic Obstruction.Dr. Merlin J. Kilbury, Little Rock, Fungous Diseases.Dr. Frederick W. Harris, Little Rock, Cardiac Emergencies.Drs. Paul L. Mahoney and John S. Agar, Little Rock, Diagnosis and Treatment of Neuralgias of Dental Origin.Dr. Barton A. Rhinehart, Little Rock, Medical Treatment of Patients with Cancer.Miss Beatrice Hodnett, Mrs. Norma Gaston and Miss Margaret Paynter, Some Important Features in the Business of the Practice of Medicine: A Presentation of the Doctors' Secretaries Club of Little Rock.

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