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July 26, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(4):204-209. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480300028011

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Dr. Eshleman's Will Probated.  —The will of Dr. Isaac S. Eshleman, Fresno, was probated July 7. The estate is valued at $9100.

Dr. Stehman Ill.  —We regret to learn of the serious illness of Dr. Henry B. Stehman, who was until a short time ago superintendent of the Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago. Before he left for California he had an empyema with a discharging sinus. About three weeks ago the discharge ceased and he had retention of pus with high temperature, necessitating a resection of three ribs. The operation was performed by Dr. Henry H. Sherk of Pasadena. The following night Dr. Stehman had four severe hemorrhages, but rallied and at last reports was somewhat improved.

Personal.  —Dr. P. F. Brownridge, San Jose, fell from the second story of the building in which his office is located, to the ground, twenty feet below, alighting on his back on a cement

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