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The morning session, at Barnes Hospital, began with a neurosurgical clinic by Dr. Ernest Sachs and assistants.
Dr. Greenfield Sluder, rhinologist, read a paper on Sphenopalatine Neuralgia and Lower Half Headaches. Dr. Sidney Schwab and assistants (Dr. A. B. Jones, Dr. A. D. Carr, Dr. G. B. Smith) presented eight cases in a general neurologic clinic, consisting of: (1) glioma, frontal lobe; (2) tic or cortical fits following mumps in a man aged 72; (3) suprasellar tumor; (4) left cerebellar lesion invading the meninges; (5) paretic seizures with respiratory failure; (6) muscular atrophy with subjective sensory symptoms; (7) mental depression with a series of conscious conflicts and an inferiority complex, and (8) case showing the submergence of psychic symptoms by minor complaints and minor findings.
A clinic of neurosyphilis in children was conducted by Dr. P. C. Jeans.
The afternoon session, in St. Johns Hospital, was opened with an endocrine
SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE CENTRAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION, ST. LOUIS, OCTOBER 20, 1923. Arch NeurPsych. 1923;10(6):687–688. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1923.02190300084006
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