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August 26, 1922

LONDON

JAMA. 1922;79(9):751-753. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640090059024

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Abstract

Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association  The ninetieth annual meeting of the British Medical Association has been held at Glasgow. The spacious building of the university provided ample accommodation for all the sections, and the gathering, which was attended by 1,500 members, was a great success from both the scientific and the social standpoint. The foreign guests included Dr. Forbes of New York, Professor Bull of Christiania, and Dr. Hindhede and Dr. Mygind of Copenhagen. No German or Austrian guests were present.

THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: BRAIN SURGERY  The president, Sir William Macewen, after sketching the history of the University of Glasgow, founded in 1450 by Pope Nicholas V, delivered an address on brain surgery, a subject which he has made his own and on which he gave a memorable address to the association as long ago as 1888. He was then able to show cases of lesions of many

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