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April 27, 1935

Medical News

JAMA. 1935;104(17):1528-1534. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760170066022

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ARKANSAS 

Personal.—  Dr. Doyle W. Fulmer, Little Rock, has been appointed director of the Saline County Health Unit, succeeding Dr. Cad A. Henry, resigned.—Dr. Howard A. Dishongh has been named deputy coroner for Pulaski County.

Pediatric Society Organized.—  The Arkansas State Pediatric Association was organized at a meeting in Little Rock, March 6. In addition to pediatricians, physicians especially interested in the care of the child may enjoy the clinical privileges of the society through associate membership. The first annual meeting of the society was held April 15, during the meeting of the state medical society. Officers are Drs. Morgan Smith, chairman, and Madeline A. M. Melson, Little Rock, secretary.

District Meetings.—  At a meeting of the Third Councilor District Medical Society in De Valls Bluff, April 5, speakers were Drs. Russell A. Hennessey, Memphis, Tenn., on "Diagnosis and Treatment of Gonorrhea and Its Complications"; Francis W. Carruthers, Little Rock,

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