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September 10, 1927

ITALY

JAMA. 1927;89(11):898. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690110062030

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Abstract

Reduction of Fee Schedules  More than a thousand physicians of Rome and the provinces met recently in Campidoglio and decided on a 10 per cent reduction of the present fee schedules for physicians and surgeons, in view of the revaluation of the lira. It was also decided that members of workingmen's unions requiring medical certificates be furnished them without charge.

Congress of Legal Medicine  After an interval of fourteen years since the last meeting, the third National Congress of Legal Medicine convened in Florence, recently.The first topic on the program, "legal medicine in Italy during the past ten years," was developed by Prof. G. Perrando, occupant of the chair of legal medicine in Genoa. After referring to the characteristics of the two preceding congresses (that of 1858 dominated by the anthropologic doctrines of Lombroso, and that of 1913, which concerned itself chiefly with researches on accidents, the leading spirit

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