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January 1939

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Arch NeurPsych. 1939;41(1):179-180. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1939.02270130189012

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THIRD INTERNATIONAL NEUROLOGICAL CONGRESS  The Third International Neurological Congress will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from Aug. 21 to 25, 1939. In accordance with the usual custom, four days will be devoted to the scientific sessions of the congress. Three symposia will be held on subjects chosen by the Program Executive Committee. A morning and an afternoon session will be devoted to the consideration of each of these topics, one day being devoted to each subject. The following subjects will constitute the symposia:

  1. The Autonomic Nervous System, with Special Reference to the Endocrine System.

  2. Heredofamilial Disease, Especially from the Genetic Aspect.

  3. Neurologic Aspects of the Avitaminoses, with Especial Reference to the Peripheral Nervous System.

The programs for these special subjects have been planned by special chairmen, and invitations have been issued to those particularly interested in these fields to prepare papers for presentation before the congress. Professor van Bogaert and

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