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The American Pediatric Society will hold its seventh annual meeting at the Virginia Hot Springs, May 27, 28 and 29,1895. The society will be the guests of the Virginia Hot Springs Company.
Address by the President, F. Forchheimer, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis in an Infant six days old, by T. M. Rotch, Boston, Mass.
Purulent Otitis Media, which ended fatally (three cases), by Wm. F. Lockwood, Baltimore, Md.
Pyo-Pneumothorax (case), by Walter L. Carr, New York City.
Traumatic Aphasia; Scarlatina Anginosa; Croupous Pneumonia (case), by Samuel S. Adams, Washington, D. C.
Hyperpyrexia (cases).by Henry D. Chapin, New York City.
Sarcoma of Kidney in an Infant (case and specimen), by J. Henry Fruitnight, New York City.
Lympho-Sarcoma of Spleen (case and specimen) by George N. Acker, Washington, D. C.
Tetanus Neonatorum, by J. Lewis Smith, New York City.
Infantile Tetany, by M. P. Hatfield, Chicogo, Ill.
Tetany (two cases), by Floyd
SOCIETY NEWS. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(21):809–810. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430210031005
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