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The meeting of the Association will be held, December 29 and 30, 1924, at the Hotel Commodore, New York City. The tentative program follows:
Historical Résumé of the Knowledge of the Human Cerebrospinal Fluid. Dr. Walter Timme.
Embryogenesis of the Human Cerebrospinal Fluid; Its Source, Circulatory Pathways, Destination, Together with Its Biological Significance in Relation to the Blood Vessels and Lymphatics. Dr. Walter Hughson.
The Normal Human Cerebrospinal Fluid; Its Cytology, Biologic and Physical Properties, Together with the General Principles Governing Its Deviations from the Normal; Its Differences in Various Age Epochs. Dr. C. Burns Craig.
The Human Cerebrospinal Fluid; Its Chemical and Physical Properties under Normal and Pathologic Conditions.
(a) Examination of the Fluid from Different Loci; Cerebral and Spinal. (Reader not yet assigned.) Massachusetts General Hospital and Psychopathic Hospital.
(b) Quantitative Chlorids. Dr. Frank Fremont-Smith.
(c) Comparison of Three Colloidal Tests, Gold Chlorid, Benzoin and Mastic Tests. Jessie
ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES. Arch NeurPsych. 1924;12(6):701–702. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1924.02200060102008
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