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February 28, 1885

BERLIN LETTER.

JAMA. 1885;IV(9):248-250. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390840024014

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Abstract

Berlin, Jan. 10, 1885.

PROF. DR. SCHROEDER'S KLINIK STAFF. 

  1. Dr. Hofmeier: Privatdocent, chief assistant, in charge of poliklinik and of private patients.

  2. Dr. Winter: Obstetrical poliklinik (outdoor), which numbers about 1,500 cases per year.

  3. Dr. Bokelmann: Gynecological ward; about 40 beds.

  4. Dr. Stratz: House obstetrical ward; about 60 beds.

  5. Dr. Cohn: Septic carcinomatous and puerperal fever wards, also in charge of microscopic examinations.

  6. Dr. Ruge: Assistant to Dr. Cohn in microscopical work. There are three volunteer doctors who live in the hospital, and whose term of service is as follows: 2 months in obstetrical ward; 2 months in gynecological ward, and 2 months in Dr. Cohn's ward. Eight practitioners or older students attend the labors of poor people in the city, and if operative interference is necessary they report to Dr. Winter. Both Dr. Hofmeier and Dr. Winter have student courses.

NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY—FERIENCURSE.  March 16 to end of

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