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April 23, 1887

Addresses in the General Sessions of the International Medical Congress.

JAMA. 1887;VIII(17):465. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391420017006

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Abstract

—Many of the medical journals in this and other countries have announced the fact that Professor F. Semmola, of Naples, Italy, is to give a general address on "Bacteriology and its Clinical Therapeutics," to the Congress in general session; and we will add that general addresses ate also promised by Dr. Neudorfer, of Vienna, Austria, "On the Military Medicine of the Present and of the Near Future;" Dr. Esmarch, of Kiel, Germany, "On Bloodless Operations in Surgery;" Dr. Lutaud, of Paris, France, "On the Influence of the Discoveries of American Surgeons on the Development of Gynecology in Europe," and Dr. Austin Flint, of New York, N. Y., on "Fever, Its Cause, Mechanism and Rational Treatment"— all topics of interest to the whole profession.

James Stewart Jewell, M.D., died at his residence in this city on the morning of April 18, 1887, aged 49 years and 7 months, after many months

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