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This volume, one of the most interesting of its series, contains besides the usual lists, and proceedings, twenty papers as follows:
i, Diseases of many Joints probably of Syphilitic Origin, by Anthony Bowlby; ii, A Case of "False" Disseminated Sclerosis due to Measles, with Remarks on the Occurrence of certain widespread Nervous Disorders after This and other Infectious Diseases, by Dawson Williams; iii, On Disseminated Fibrosis of the Kidney, by W. Ainslie Hollis; iv, Arthrectomy of Elbow and Ankle, by H. H. Clutton; v, On Albuminuric Ulceration of the Bowels, by Howship Dickinson; vi, Abdominal Section for Intestinal Obstruction due to Hydatids, by J. Hutchinson: vii, On the So-called Spontaneous Disappearance of Solid Abdominal Tumors, Three Cases, by J. Greig Smith; viii, Nerve Stretching and Splitting, by Kenneth McLeod; ix, Two Cases of Intussusception of Large Intestine reduced by Introduction of the Hand into the Rectum, by Thomas Bryant; x,
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(5):174–175. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430050026015
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