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April 14, 1894

LECTURE.

JAMA. 1894;XXII(15):525-530. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02420940001001
Abstract

SOME RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY OF THE HEAD.1  A Lecture delivered before the Medical School of the United States Army, Washington, D. C., Jan. 18, 1894.BY W. W. KEEN, M.D.PROFESSOR OF THE PRINCIPLES OF SURGERY AND OF CLINICAL SURGERY, JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE, PHILADELPHIA." Gentlemen of the Army Medical School and friends:—It is a very peculiar pleasure to me to be present to-day for two reasons. One is because I feel the very greatest interest in such a medical school. Having visited a good many years ago the English Army Medical School at Netley, and observing the very great advantages that were presented for the medical officers of the Army and Navy there, I have beheld with the greatest delight the broad-minded policy which has established this school here. It is also a great delight to me to renew an old acquaintance with the President of the Faculty

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