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Among other papers read in the 1895 session are noted the president's address, "Some Suggestions Concerning the Examination of Blood;" the vice-president's address, "Chronic Gastritis;" "Cholelithiasis," by E. H. Martin; "Intestinal Indigestion; its Dietetic and Rational Treatment," by W. H. Porter; "The Medical and Surgical Treatment of Appendicitis," by S. C. Gordon; "The Border Lands of Insanity," by S. E. Lawton; "The Radical Cure of Inguinal Hernia," by J. B. Wheeler; "The Prostate, etc.," by L. B. Bangs; Diabetes Mellitus," by F. C. Morgan; "Blood Stains," by J. N. Jenne; "Antitoxin Treatment of Diphtheria," by E. R. Campbell, and "Cases of Tuberculosis Treated with Tuberculin and Antiphthisin," by L, M. Greene. The papers for the meeting of 1896 include: "The Cure of Hernia," by H. O. Marcy; "Acute Peritonitis, etc.," by W. H. Vincent; " Inebriety and Its Treatment," by W. S. Nay; "Diseases of the
Transactions of the Vermont State Medical Society for 1895 and 1896. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(7):349. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440330049021
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