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The volume opens with the Minutes of the Section meeting, and then the chairman's address, by Dr. Joseph Eastman, and concludes with the case of didelphic uterus by Dr. Werder, of Pittsburg. The latter article, by the way, is the first pamphlet entirely finished in the Journal office on one of the new presses, and has therefore an interest beyond its intrinsic merits. All the papers in the volume have been heretofore printed in the Journal, but those interested in the work of this Section will naturally be glad to have the collection in book form for permanent preservation.
Addresses, Papers and Discussions. JAMA. 1894;XXIII(18):692. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421230032011