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October 23, 1886


JAMA. 1886;VII(17):472-474. doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250100108009

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Dr. Julius Althaus's Address before the Academy—Some Phases of Cerebral Syphilis—The Cautery in Paraplegia from Potts' Disease.

The opening attraction at the Academy of Medicine, at its first meeting after the long vacation, was the distinguished London neurologist, Dr Julius Althaus, who has for some time past been a corresponding Fellow of the Academy. He was greeted with a very large audience, and received with much applause when introduced by the President, Dr. Jacobi. After expressing his appreciation of this cordial re

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