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The fall meeting of the Northeastern Division of the Alabama State Medical Association was held September 22 in Anniston. Among the speakers were Drs. James N. Baker, Montgomery, state health officer, on "Future Plans and Needs of the State Department of Health"; Seale Harris, Birmingham, "Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Management of Pellagra"; John W. Boggess Jr., Guntersville, "Some Clinical Observations in Asthmatic Cases"; Charles N. Carraway, Birmingham, "Intravenous Sodium Pentothal and Oxygen Anesthesia"; Bishop B. Warwick, Talladega, "Nasal Headaches" and Jerre Watson, Anniston, "Some Errors in Diagnosis."——At a meeting of the Southeastern Division in Dothan August 11 the speakers were Drs. Gordon R. Smith, Ozark, on "Treatment of Chronic Ulcers"; Hugh Dent Johnson, Montgomery, "Modern Management of Acute Intestinal Obstructions"; Clarence R. Bennett, Eufaula, "Coma and Its Differential Diagnosis"; Archie E. Thomas, Montgomery, "Treatment of Syphilis in Pregnancy," and John L. McGehee, Memphis, Tenn., "Use of Living Fascial
Medical News. JAMA. 1938;111(14):1306–1309. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790400052017
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