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—The students. in the Chicago Medical College are being favored during the present college term with some valuable instruction in addition to the usual full curriculum of that institution. Dr. J. S. Marshall is giving one lecture per week during all the last half of the collegiate year on the diseases and defects of the teeth and their appendages, which are listened to with much interest by the students. And Dr. H. J. Detmers has just closed a series of four or five lectures on such diseases of domestic animals as are liable to be communicated to the human species; including glanders and farey in the horse; hog cholera, trichinosis, etc. These lectures were very valuable, and were listened to by the students with the greatest interest.
Extra Courses of Instruction. JAMA. 1884;II(9):240–241. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390340016006
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