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Vienna, Austria, July 21, 1902.
To the Editor:
—I hope a few notes as to medical matters in Vienna will be of interest to your readers, and especially to those intending to visit here.The American contingent here at present is said to be unusually large, while surprisingly few students of other nationalities are encountered. I have seen some half dozen from Great Britain and a few from other European countries, while in June there were 150 Americans. At least half of these are practitioners of some years' standing. The middle west has probably as many representatives as there are from the remainder of the United States; Ohio, Illinois and Wisconsin are particularly prominent in the list.Professor Albrecht finished his work here June 27, and after a vacation goes to another hospital as pathologist. His magnificent course in gross pathology is deservedly very popular among the Americans, all but
J. N. Hall. Interesting Notes from Europe.. JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(6):323–324. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480320035012