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September 16, 1950


JAMA. 1950;144(3):241. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920030029012

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The fourth annual Clinical Session of the American Medical Association will be held in Cleveland Dec. 5-8, 1950. This meeting stresses clinical practice with emphasis on subjects of interest for the general practitioners. New information on drugs, equipment, books and other products will be found in the Technical Exhibits. The Scientific Exhibit again will be outstanding with special demonstrations on fractures, diabetes, rheumatism and arthritis. Cancer, pediatrics, chest diseases and surgical procedures are among the subjects that will be correlated with clinical presentations. Whether one is interested in anesthesiology, cardiovascular diseases, dermatologic problems, fluid balance, gastrointestinal disturbances, neuropsychiatric procedures, obstetrics or anterior poliomyelitis, he will obtain information at the Cleveland session.

Clinical demonstrations will be under the guidance of outstanding clinical teachers. Actual cases will be presented and discussed. Diagnosis, treatment and preventive measures as they apply to daily practice will receive the greatest attention.

Each clinical meeting will be

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