December 7, 1889


JAMA. 1889;XIII(23):819. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401190025010

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Rectal Treatment for the Very Poor.  — The New York Post-Graduate Hospital will hereafter have a special clinic for diseases of the rectum.Dr. Charles B. Kelsey has been appointed to have charge of this clinic. He invites especially those who are quite without the ability to pay any medical fee, a deserving class, not infrequently who suffer from prolonged neglect. The more necessitous the case is, oftentimes, the greater the neglect, in this type of disease.

University of Pennsylvania's Department of Physical Education.  —The physical culture proffered, at the University of Pennsylvania, under the direction of Dr. A. H. P. Leuf, to the professional students, as well as the academical, is accepted more and more every year. When the professionals go into training for any of the athletic contests, they have the gymnasium fee remitted to them. In "The University," October, 1889, Dr. Leuf has an article on what

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