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February 2, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXIV(5):172. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430050024005

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While the promise of great activity and numerous excellent papers and studies are noted in all the Sections at the coming meeting at Baltimore in May, the Neurological Section is making an effort to give an exhaustive review of certain special topics that will be of unusual interest.

One of these will be epilepsy, medically, surgically and therapeutically considered. The other, hypnotism, its medical, therapeutic and medico-legal relations. This will cover the new realm of mental therapeutics in crime relations, and the novel applications of so-called new laws of mind over matter. The third topic will be the therapeutic relations of electricity in nervous diseases. This will bring out some of the recent resources that have been the subject of some comment. The plan of having several distinct symposiums on topics of unusual interest, will be highly appreciated and has become a popular feature of the British Medical Association.

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