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November 3, 1894


JAMA. 1894;XXIII(18):697-698. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421230037031

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Mississippi Valley Medical Association.  —The Secretary of this Association announces the following preliminary program for the twentieth annual meeting in Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. 20, 21, 22 and 23. 1894:Cases of Traumatic Cataract in Children Treated by Extraction, by J. M. Ball, St. Louis; Toxics, by W. F. Barclay, Pittsburg; The Philosophy of Stimulants, by A. D. Barr, Calamine, Ark.; Squint, with Special Reference to an Operation, by Chas. A. Beard, St. Louis; Conservative Surgery, and What it Means at the Present Time, by A. C. Bernays, St. Louis; The Deeper Inflammations of the Skin, by A. W. Brayton, Indianapolis; Intestinal Indigestion, by A. P. Buchman, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; The Medical Expert Witness, by Robt. M. Campbell, Ashland, Ohio; Some Observations on "Sore Throat" Due to Concretions in the Tonsils,by L.C. Cline, Indianapolis; The Differential Diagnosis of Coma, by W. J. Conklin, Dayton, Ohio; Constipation, by G. J. Cook,

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