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May 1, 1886

LETTER FROM NEW YORK.

JAMA. 1886;VI(18):496-498. doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250050020008

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Abstract

Memorial Exercises in Honor of Dr. Flint—Pelvic Abscess in the Male—Second Trial of General Shaler—The Vanderbilt Clinic—The "Medical Record" and the Academy of Medicine.

The meeting of the New York County Medical Association, held April 19, was entirely devoted to memorial exercises in honor of the late Professor Austin Flint, and it proved a most impressive and interesting occasion. The mourning decorations which had been put up in the lecture hall of the Carnegie Laboratory at the time of the Bellevue College Commencement last month, still remained in position, and the attendance of members was much larger than at any previous meeting of the Association; being considerably larger than even that at the meeting on the eve of the last annual session of the State Asssociation, in November, when Dr. Flint read the admirable paper on The Elements of Prognosis in Bright's Disease, which has since attracted so much

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