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Course in Neuromuscular Diseases.–The Cook County Graduate School of Medicine announces an intensive course in neuromuscular diseases of children with special emphasis on cerebral palsy, to be given by Dr. Meyer A. Perlstein for the two-week period from July 8 to 19. This is an intensive didactic and clinical course designed for pediatricians, orthopedists, neurologists, psychiatrists, and physiatrists interested in the care and treatment of children with neuromuscular handicaps. Emphasis will be placed on the practical clinical aspects of treatment and rehabilitation procedures. The course will include itinerant clinics to round out the program in most of its practical aspects. The fee for the course, which is $250, will include the cost of luncheons during the two-week period, as well as the expense of travel, meals, and accommodations during the trip to the field clinic. For further information, write to John W. Neal, Registrar, Cook County Graduate School
News and Comment. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1957;93(5):585–586. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1957.02060040587015
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