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May 2, 1936

Medical News

JAMA. 1936;106(18):1574-1579. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770180048019

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Personal.—  Dr. Charles Jack Fisher has resigned as house physician at St. Vincent's Hospital, Birmingham, to become head of the Lawrence County Health Department, effective April 1, it is reported.

Meeting of Clinical Society.—  The twenty-fifth annual clinic and nineteenth annual meeting of the John A. Andrew Clinical Society was held at the John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital, April 5-11. In addition to the many clinics held on the specialties, the following physicians, among others, presented papers:John T. Givens, Norfolk, Va., The Sedimentation Rate in Practice.Toussaint T. Tildon, Tuskegee, Cardiovascular Disease Among the Neurosyphilitic.Seale Harris, Birmingham, Blood Chemistry Studies in Automobile Accidents, with Particular Reference to Drinking Drivers.Trygve Gundersen, Boston, Diagnosis and Treatment of Corneal Diseases.Walter G. Crump, New York, Rationale in Appendicitis.Marion C. Pruitt, Atlanta, Ga., Rectal Fistula.William L. Funkhouser, Atlanta, Ga., Vomiting as a Symptom in Infancy and Childhood.A

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