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This volume contains the usual data found in "proceedings," and the following papers read at the one hundred and sixth annual meeting, held at New Haven, May 25 and 26, 1898: "Report on the Progress of Medicine"; "Angioneurotic Edema of the Tongue"; "Diseases of the Tonsils"; "Acoumeters and Their Diagnostic Value in Ear Diseases"; "Therapeutic Effects of Electricity of High Tension"; "The New Widal Reaction for Typhoid Fever"; "Use of Diphtheria Antitoxin"; "Intubation of the Larynx, Report of Fifty Cases"; "Mushrooms and Mushroom Poisoning"; "The Relation of Muscular Co-ordination and Trauma"; "A Case of Pachymeningitis Interna Hemorrhagica"; "A Case of Double Homicide"; "Some Remediable Forms of Sterility"; "Puerperal Eclampsia"; "Ophthalmic Science in Its Application to School Hygiene"; "Physician Heal Thyself"; "Progress of Surgery"; "Progress in Gynecologic and Genito-Urinary Surgery"; "A Complicated Case of Intussusception"; "Surgical Puerperal Septicemia." There is also a report of a committee on
Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(17):999–1000. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450170053018
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