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July 4, 1885


JAMA. 1885;V(1):25-27. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02391020031007

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Rupture of the Perineum—The Forceps and Chloroform in Labor.

The New York County Medical Association brought the year's work to a close in a very satisfactory manner at its last meeting before the summer vacation, which was held on the 15th, at the Carnegie Laboratory. To show that it was a pretty full evening's entertainment, as well as to indicate the quality of the same, the order of exercises is herewith appended:

  • 8 P.M. A few practical remarks on Rupture of the Perineum. By Frank H. Hamilton, M.D.

  • 8:30 P.M. Persistent Flatness over the Liver, as proof that Acute Diffuse Peritonitis is not associated with Intestinal or Gastric Perforation. By Austin Flint, M.D.

  • 8:45 P.M. Intussusception of the Intestines, with the report of a case. By Charles S. Wood, M.D.

  • 9:10 P.M. A Method of Direct Local Treat-

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