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July 25, 1891

CONGRESS OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.

JAMA. 1891;XVII(4):158. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410820034006

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Abstract

This body is constituted of the several specialty organizations of this country; and convenes once in three years in Washington. The next meeting will be held in that city September 22, 23, and 24.

These societies embrace in their membership many of the leading and most enthusiastic investigators and observers in our profession. In addition to the triennial Congress each of these societies hold an annual meeting, where papers are read, notes compared and a résumé of the year's progress is compiled for publication in handsome volumes. Unfortunately these volumes of transactions are issued in quite small editions and in distribution rarely reach beyond the limited membership of the everal societies.

We are glad to note that very many of the members of these organizations are also active members of the American Medical Association. We rejoice at their affiliation, for they are the men who are best known to the

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