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Fifth Annual Meeting of the Fifth District Branch of the New York State Medical Association — The President, Prof. Wm. T. Lusk, delivers an admirable Address, in which he treats principally on the subject of Rupture of the Uterus and its Prevention and Treatment—Dr. T. M. Manley, of New York, on the Genesis of Tumors—Dr. F. E. Martindale, of Staten Island, reports a Case of Calcification of the Cardiac Left Ventricular Wall —Dr. T. H. Allen, of New York, on Traumatic Pelvic Cellulitis—Dr. J. G. Truax, of New York, on The Treatment of Acute Lobar Pneumonia— Discussion thereon by Drs. Alfred L. Carroll, E. R. Squibb, S. J. Murray and C. S. Wood,
The fifth annual meeting of the Fifth District Branch of the New York State Medical Association, recently held in Brooklyn, was characterized by much good scientific work. In his opening address the
P. B. P.. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. JAMA. 1889;XII(25):892–897. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401020028010
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