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January 16, 1926

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JAMA. 1926;86(3):211-212. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670290051025

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Abstract

The Recent Spanish-Portuguese Urologic Congress  A Spanish-Portuguese urologic congress was held recently at Lisbon. A Portuguese urologist, Dr. E. Bastos, who represented his country, suggested that Spanish urologists should go in a body to Lisbon to hold there a joint meeting with their peninsular neighbors. The sessions proved a great success, as Spanish physicians appeared in force. The occasion also paved the way for more cordial scientific relations. Finally, the Portuguese government honored a number of Spanish surgeons with the order of the Espada (sword). In Spain, bullfighters are called espadas, and colloquially surgeons are also nicknamed thus. The new honors have furnished a subject for good-natured banter.

An Odontologist in the National Academy of Medicine  The highest honor a Spanish physician may expect to reach is membership in the exclusive National Academy of Medicine. Each new appointment arouses, therefore, a great deal of interest. The last election proved, however,

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