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The Arkansas Medical Society conducted its fifth two day course of graduate instruction at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in Little Rock October 12-13. The guest speakers were:Dr. Leon Bromberg, St. Louis: Syphilis as a Problem in Differential Diagnosis; Present Status of Artificial Fever Therapy.Dr. James S. McLester, Birmingham, Ala.: The Newer Knowledge of Nephritis; Subclinical Deficiency Syndromes.Dr. Robert F. Short Jr., Dallas, Texas: Intestinal Obstruction; Problems of Surgery of the Right Upper Abdomen.Among other speakers were Drs. Nicholas T. Hollis and Elizabeth D. Fletcher on "Insulin and Metrazol Shock in the Treatment of Dementia Praecox"; Carl A. Rosenbaum, "Technic for the Injection of Varicose Veins"; Jerome S. Levy, "Mode of Action and Uses of Sulfanilamide"; Ewell I. Thompson, "Scabies and Impetigo: Diagnosis and Treatment"; Robert Q. Patterson, "Tinea: Diagnosis and Treatment"; John N. Compton, "The Truth About
Medical News. JAMA. 1938;111(23):2129–2132. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790490059019
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