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March 12, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(11):332. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411150022008

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Of the Section of Neurology and Medical Jurisprudence, to be presented at the Detroit, 1892, meeting of the American Medical Association:

The Neurotic Sequelæ of Zymotic Diseases, David Inglis, Detroit.

Discussion on Electrical Execution, A. D. Rockwell, New York.

The Relation of Physical to Hernial Protrusion through the Abdominal Walls, Thomas H. Manley, New York.

Aphasia, Philip Zenner, Cincinnati.

Consent in Medicine and Surgery, Clark Gapen, Omaha.

Three Phases of Paramyoclonus and the Use of Phonograph in a Case, Clark Gapen, Omaha.

Moral Insanity and Insane Morality, O. Everts, College Hill.

Responsibility in Will Making, Henry A. Chaney, Detroit.

The Inebriate Diathesis, Its Causes and Nature, T. L. Wright, Bellefontaine.

Infantile Hemiplegia with Aphasia, Joseph Eichberg, Cincinnati.

Surgical Interference with Cerebral Diseases of Childhood, Frank P. Asbury, Jacksonville.

Special Localization, Archibald Church, Chicago.

Hysterical Concomitants of Organic Nervous Disease, C. H. Hughes, St. Louis.

Lateral Spinal Sclerosis and Its Treatment,

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