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The regular Friday morning conference between the surgical staffs of the Genesee and Strong Memorial Hospitals, teaching hospitals of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y., convened in the Educational Building of the Genesee Hospital at 8:30 on Friday morning, April 29, 1949, Dr. Samuel J. Stabins, surgeon-in-chief of the Genesee Hospital, presiding.
Dr. Samuel J. Stabins:
This is the usual Friday morning conference between the Genesee Hospital's and the Strong Memorial Hospital's surgical staffs, with the exception that this morning's proceedings will be recorded. The first case will be presented by Dr. Sandrock (junior assistant surgical resident).
Dr. Edward Sandrock:
A 60 year old white man was admitted to the Genesee Hospital on March 30, 1949, with a long-standing history of peptic ulcer. In 1934, he underwent a posterior gastroenterostomy and appendectomy at another hospital because of pain and vomiting. He was then asymptomatic
WEEKLY FRIDAY MORNING CONFERENCE: Combined Surgical Staffs, Genesee and Strong Memorial Hospitals ROCHESTER, N.Y. Arch Surg. 1950;60(5):1021–1034. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1950.01250011044017
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