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November 24, 1888


JAMA. 1888;XI(21):743-745. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400720023007

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The Italian Societies of Hygiene will hold their next Congress at Padua in 1890.

A New Sanitary Code has been adopted by the Italian Senate, and will be soon discussed by the Chamber of Deputies.

Small-pox is raging to such an extent in many departments of Italy that the Government has decided to reorganize its vaccination service.

The Relations Between Alcohol and Renal Diseases is the subject of a debate to be held before the Pathological Society of London on December 4th and 18th.

The "Gazette Médicale de Liége" is a new French weekly, of 12 pages, the first four numbers of which have been received. It is edited by Dr. Brasseur; assisted by Drs. Merveille and Roskam, and the physicians and surgeons of the hospitals of Liege.

Uterine Tympanites, according to Braun, of Cracow, may be cured by injections of creolin, in a 2 per cent. solution. Braun relates

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