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This is a complete report of the one hundred and fifth annual convention, held at Hartford, May 26 and 27,1897. The papers on general medicine and obstetrics include papers relating to infantile diarrhea, tuberculosis, diphtheria, theories of immunity, "The Value of Correct Sitting as an Exercise for Invalids," and papers on Obstetric cases. The surgical papers are: "Essay on the Progress of Surgery," "The Treatment of Pus Cases in Operating for Appendicitis," "Laparotomy at the Hartford Hospital," "Report of Five Cases of Uterine Retro-displacement Treated by Vaginal Fixation."
Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society, 1897.. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(15):762. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440410050020