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August 17, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(7):551-558. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080233023

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Teaching Ophthalmology.  —The graduate course in ophthalmology, in the University of Colorado, the first of its kind given in this country, was completed August 3. The ten students who regularly entered the course represented nine different medical colleges. Nearly all had been engaged in ophthalmic practice exclusively, at different points, varying from Harrisburg, Pa., to Delta, Colo. Four of them passed the examination, and, on complying with other requirements, will become eligible for the degree of doctor of ophthalmology. These four are Drs. George F. Libby, William H. Crisp and Daniel G. Monaghan, Denver, and Dr. Samuel Z. Shope, Harrisburg, Pa.


Maternity Department of Hospital Completed.  —The Maternity Ward recently completed in the Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, was opened for public inspection, July 25. The ward will accommodate fifteen patients and has a modern equipment.

Opposes Liberation of Tuberculous Prisoners.  —The Antituberculosis Society of Delaware, through its president, has

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