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April 2, 1892

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM OF SECTION ON OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(14):436. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411180028014

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Abstract

Interference in Delayed Labor, Geo. C. Mosher, Kansas City, Mo.

The Influence of Parturient Lesions of the Uterus and Vagina in the Causation of Puerperal Insanity, Geo. H. Rohe, Baltimore, Md.

The Importance of Surgical Treatment for Laceration of the Cervix Uteri, Augustus P. Clarke, Cambridge, Mass.

Asepsis and Antisepsis as Applied to the Practice of Obstetrics, W. W. Potter, Buffalo, N. Y.

Non-malignant Cystic Disease of the Peritoneum, C. A. L. Reed, Cincinnati, O.

Puerperal Hysteria, a Symptom of Puerperal Insanity, W. P. Manton, Detroit, Mich.

The Impairment of the Voice, in Female Singers, due to Diseased Sexual Organs, C. Henri Leonard, Detroit, Mich.

My Operative Experience in Pus Cases. By Title, I. S. Stone, Washington, D. C.

Non-malignant Cystic Disease of the Peritoneum, J. D. W. Ross, Toronto, Can.

The Development of Obstetrics, W. S. Stewart, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Abdominal Incision, and the Treatment in Laparotomy, W. H.

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