Vol. 8. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1892. 8vo. pp. 276. Price $1.50 net.
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The contents of this volume are of much wider scope than the title indicates.
The subject of influenza occupies much space, and excellent reports are given of the epidemic as it appeared in different cities, including Philadelphia by Curtin and Watson, Chicago by Fletcher Ingals, St. Louis by J. C. Mulhall and Savannah by R. J. Nunn. The discussion upon these reports was indulged in very generally by the members of the Society and took a wide range.
Pulmonary Tuberculosis is given much consideration, and papers relating to some phase or other of this important subject were read by Drs. E. L. Shurley, Edward O. Otis, Alfred L. Loomis, S. A. Fisk, H. F. Williams, T. Hilgard Tyndale, Frank Fremont-Smith. Wm. C. Glasgow and H. B. Moore.
Lymphatism is considered in a short but interesting paper by F. H. Bosworth. Dr. J. H. Musser has a suggestive paper on whooping
Transactions of the American Climatological Association. JAMA. 1892;XIX(11):325. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420110029009
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