September 1, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(9):685-688. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750350049020

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Society News.—  At a meeting of the Tri-County Medical Society in Prescott, June 28, the speakers were Drs. George V. Lewis on "Infections of the Hand"; Grady W. Reagan, "Treatment of Acute Complications of Gonorrhea," and Clyde D. Rodgers, "Care During Pregnancy." The speakers were from Little Rock.—Dr. Walter G. Eberle, Fort Smith, addressed the Crawford County Medical Society, June 26, on "Fertilization of the Human Female."—The Washington and Benton county medical societies held their annual picnic session at Cave Springs, July 12; speakers were Drs. Sidney J. Wolfermann, Fort Smith, on "Significance of Jaundice," and Jesse D. Riley, State Sanatorium, "Pulmonary Tuberculosis." Dr. Harvey D. Wood, Fayetteville, the only living charter member of the Washington County society, spoke in recognition of that society's sixty-second anniversary.


Personal.—  The following promotions at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, among others, have been announced: Dr. Edward L.

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