The Journal of the

American Medical Association

Published under the Auspices of the Board of Trustees

PYNGEAL INSUPFRFLATION, \ sSIMPI METHOD Ol ARTE RICIAL RESPIRATION

SY PHILIS—ENGMAN

VIND-STUD) WHITE

} ? r cone | ls drag themes

a ich more § \ ri + } ; if a reaction to

infection 1 | atiel esistance of the mal: f all proport! \ Thev are but

sundation

sordered mind on a

t emen

and with one of pus, a temper

ce lirium, oOhe Cah see how serlous!\

| i

J A MA

WHITE May il

GONORPI/EA

same prostat hy the { he perineum a squatting pos inclined forward, or : patient sitting down on the

FONOCOCEI ! thn od lich mav be

rxht not be found with metasta joint disease ar

have been produced artificial hyperemia, hot air,

TUBERCULOSIS—NEWTON

Jour, J May 11 better if the patient

ean suck it from the it atterwi

a= they Vithout o study sobriety my heir present mere; or 1 ! I ind is an inv vie le i I ey up late, eatimeg hot (nam HnKne ! e iIncontest ene and = dir ption)” and thi imate and

| | the appetite. but heat I ! ss pl ious adjuvants Iiluman Cor ization, p. 46

t hot punch « most l : hen too Ttreely used, not on

to and influenes . ve « stitution on fire I the summing up of the infor

illuded to above th

he following down as axiomatic “Th methods now in to tl t truth that the in this discase ly prevent it if

the questionnaire

ulosis) all point

LUBERCI

, 1p 4 Jour BO \ is Ml RI Il} MaAy fr to

CONTRIBUTION TO THE SURGERY Op BONES, JOINTS AND TENDONS

JOHN B. MURPHY, A

SURGERY OF BONES—MURPHY Jour. A. M. 4

May 11, 1919

remained in bed She had no definite pain. That evening her joints began to swell, the left elbow, wrist and phalanges. then right wrist and phalanges. They were red, tender ap patnuful Ihe next day the right ankle, then the left knees and right shoulder gave trouble The left sho and elbow were not affected She was in bed for two , 1 temperature ind was unable move. Res ill the joints except the right shoul the right hand The right forearm and for a month The fingers and w and edematous for seven months. Thy The adhesions were broken up under ans has been no further trouble in that j

wrist became still after seven months

was ankvlosis between thi of the latter prevents th Tree ision Was made over th the arm and a flap of su union between with fascia scaphoid in It was

to the

indisposed during = ! i a tata

mpanied by vomut ; ( ovenous flaps are appli abl

morning t stiff and sore and a Love ) patients who

possess [itt subcutaneou

i

TENDON

SILA

JAMES A

\\

Ss

TRANSPLANTATION INSERTS

ARREN

TENDON

SEVER, M:D

a il

TRANSPLANTATION

AND

ry

a*er es .

6 oft. = = be Oe ee bears PRR RE Sin ES ET

SEVER

>

6 *>.

~~ 7eaea a

l itt Vi - ; ! es ses SeWll - i'l \\ on r < ) ! retin eve is not } ene \\ l\ Lie We “is an } ) er ¢ Is 7 ? ~ 1 ? ; ~ ! "”) ten ! ~/ ~ | ? N =T%

ht ne chine lis lynne eel Cl "

al al ns ? } Ti

bevy ei tte- a ee ° :

Se ae eas

(LeSce ; <4 t a )s | ; { { hel is ) plivive ; { - ll ( s1ons }

«

a ~

TENDON TRANSPLANTATION

OAR , mn yp on ann , opprpp a TENDON TRANSPLANTATION—SEVER May 11, 1915 new ly formed ae ndon” wi ol the hlood whi h is poured out from the ut the color Oot the }

]

» cut sheath divided tendon lestroved., but

Following tenotomies the healing process is as fi

According to Seggle, on the tenth day the inne

iat microscopic examination showed it of the tendon sheath consist of long slender spind|

( | ee ly applies ith marked fibrillations. By the thirtv-eighth parently ident rat extends to the

ClOst

whole cross-section, eonnectl!ve-Tissu iy ( f treth) AN climax of the regent rative

1906. working in an

{

I artificial tendons uman being,

eCN\DeEC!

used silk thor n. and attached by

single t to the ends of the resect V functioning muse

ut two months

; lane endconts.

] ( red a norma:

TENDON TRANSPLANTATION—SEVER

JOUR

ISCHEMIC = PARALYSIS—POWERS mew at

forearm. At a later ened 3 the front obtained stat not impr became

The again in last three

tinful,

torearm il

irk bluish-black t

THE! COUNT OF A PREVIOUSLY) saci alli ok Maer ak tae nein CASE OF THE ISCHEML —Dr. George B. Packard, pr

Ort | ['niversitv of Colorado. ar

PARALYSIS AND CONTRACTURE OF VOLKMANN , peculiar tonic a, Ae oer t t atient in consultation

ES A. POWERS, M.D tati ot mb was necessary and sa s y int [ i therefore amputated at a point a litth 3 the forearm (St. Luke’s Hospital), J

The skin on division

vtween the skin and the

fibrous mass; these tiss

division. The radial at

y and were easily picks ous artery bled slightly. With fibrous tissues were pushed ul |, leaving ample coveri

thy

any nerve-tissue in ft Smoot!

Vice

Without drainage

stump after oper k At this date all ways excellent

us to whethe ra e division was made, b that 1t was possib!

Mutation mand ) part of forearm. procedul itly first advised by Ty , tral yeti ac anced \\ hus laxer-Bevan, Genera , as , pe rtion wa hand iv original pi t elieve that IT was myself tman, } fessor ol pathology in t impression tha vement had followe: Lowe le ose report is as follows:

4

MENINGEAL CARCINOMATOSIS

BEERMAN

ssue oO ous connective § tissue

considerable fat. but vessels are

Phe muscl removed tt!

shows

ssue proliferation s the nu lei

oma devoid with

anastonye frequenth ) vessel tents.” tive tissue seems to be made up almost

iries Che muscle fibers themsels

but most markedly so where t

i fatied tT

headaches

ral

MENINGEAL

when she was first

paroxvsmes Of severe

CARCINOMATOSIS -BEERMAN seen by hoe With

oulder,

actively delirious, continually

pain on this was

associated while with the clothes Der

state

muscular right ember 6 the patient which she could be with active

tron iu delirium until De temp rature

e course of het

il Lhe

ccurred on December

Dn \M

left hem

xt iit eryv\

}

Bere ggoer ©

. ere aS pong | os > _*

aoe?

»

some

Cs were rhe sect

mtion, Who re porte

ctors which rendel

i@, are as follows: of opisthotonos, iw sympioms commonly 4

trying to

passed roused ember %,

which

illness now rose

,

sphere Wis

ned Lhe reverted here the

rain had

PELLET PAE”. atte:

o’s sign

sociated will

into

hpane

Jour. A

vet twitchings hand she

0

constantly |

ul

This

May 11

out of f the

ut sev

state

When

been

;

3 Lennon

s membranes

vi

;

I

\l

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A. 2

BEERMAN

/ /

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e cap 2238e00°

art eae > SEQ @O2 9) oP

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prude

©

summbdal

Qo Gh Jjfatto oP OTe o ¢€ ) i J

{RTHRODESIS

1410

SMALLER OF

SOME OF THE

JOINTS IN THE TREATMENT

PARALYTIC AND ACQUIRED DEFORMITIES

ALB

ARTHRODESIS OF

SO)

SOULE

, 4

Barnabs

paraly sis when

t of hhiatssa

electricity,

!

rmination showed loss

subluxation of knee wit ing extension beyond 1505 foot the leg limi

of peron alo mus

mn

firm \\

in position

valus at mediotarsal joint under ether the

111,

me forcible extet f foot

the astr

slight]

ion ¢ toa

between

were put mn

Paris dressing reaching to

| tal all =

wee A

ankle

thre M11: at ve, the

K Oct. 12. metal leg-su tiff at knee motion to pre vent ! 1 I ¢ juinus

shoe also hav

the foot showed cor tibia

An «1! of

Examination

Ion] loll:

in proved

ay ol

extensors

anteriol | muscle strong,

in power,

ARTHRODESIS—SOU LE

1142 RUDIMENTARY CLAVICLES—BOLAND Mar'11, tis

: . : < on : nailed from the sternum. There was apparently a slight ligamentons POSSIBLE DANGERS OF THE VERTICAL : connection between the ends of the clavicles and the aecromj 7

RECTUS INCISION process, but the fingers could be inserted behind the ends of

the clavicles and they could be drawn forward without is

MILES F. PORTER, M.D. . comfort to the subject

irgeon t i] Ilospital Professor of Surgery in tl Inai i : . 5 . :' : Histori The vounge man’s father was living. aged 55, jn H ys Med n 1 , good health. Mother died in 1900, from phlegmasia all ns FORT WAYNE, IND. wed 33 Phere were ten children, four boys, six git ll | ~ meenewnne oacaniona im my clini Were brothers are living and healthy; two sisters dead ve and ; 2 - eause unknown: four living and healthy; none of his t ! ! re ! | POSSIDIV ¢ vrerous oy $ : ; or sisters has anv abnormality or maldevelopment | ( Vessels To Thre wound 1) Lthe ne , ject was born in Nacogdoches County, Tex.; e . ( . sion. es whet rade below t aes ; : asec Mn known. birth was normal and at full term Dey ment r |) rysy) l te ft] yeaision fol ; , | l { en partia } ( n vas rapid: the bov was walking earlier than childrer \ 1 } LoOns « ( Poon Ty m ) t tive used it rather tree gonyt do: atten led achool irregularly but made ood pre ore ( I shia empl t onlv In Gases In W his studies Ile was raised on a farm and could d , < npared with other inelsions are vers hard work as his brothers He had mumps at IL: intermittent , . n seED cases IT shall use it in ver\ fever at 14: otherwise healthy all his life: knew development and was an object of curiosity and e1 . e e result of the fact that. within t his companions , Physica BR wraminatton Ileight oS inches ; ; ! iW cuses of alarming secol . © : pounds mean chest measurement 34° inches ' the ¢ ast! rterv. on erv neal hang non ( inte . rit \ y rie inches vision Zu ~0 each eve hearing 15 15 eile late ; = +) yyyt t . + say 4 i ere Wil nrect a 11 ! \ shape |: other stiumata ol! deveneration present s niured at the tin of the operattol Vl e patients oT miaies, were i t i i! s \" ~ I} onrye ( = he | ! ] , P , } atte. e operal ! { } " t te) In Lat Cises ( wc _ ' i wit f | : => were removed atter§ fort ~ I? l | ( Cilst | ft t el rl Lore ( t ? tor ? | ? i) = i] ftp) thy morrhag ' ! ert e Was one soft er t T~ i Veesse - 1 a Pel ren S on It t Ses

! iit i Tie I - = ~ | The T t - t _ ~ } | S g h show lir tary eclavicles fr ey | | ~ vas well elo the s ) F ept o me Observation t () if t is found that thr \ = t t rhectue ne the fingers coul lv ind after getting behind then nm oar ot ybout ov deure . ~ ) * ARrY ( \ CLES iteve he other bones were " rt ings ml other organs wel 1.A ) 1) TEN ; . | i man has an excellent grip ~ Ss oN nf ne ne n of is shoulders not ! them air shoulders ean < t <> be drawn much farther 1 ' a a - i] . 1 hye irms ean be raised late " le 1 hie mpanving skiagraph shows t !

iken from the front and the abser

|

es demonstrate a small eartilage

3 ' , mion process but does not show in the -_ ent ; rile im indebted to Professor J Ml. Na

versity Medical School for the skiagraph

Ihe subject. being of a roaming disposit

~ t prominel T Thy i\ ¢- j if one-t i! via tron $ , could be

the sternal end. On palpation it was discovered that the le city before a photograph of his .

clavicles were rudimentary and extended only a short way vbtiuinec and it haf not been possible to locate him,

MANOMETER—DAVIS

NEW BLOOD-PRESSURE MANOMETER

ang. Hl. Davis, M.D MILWAUKEE, Wis

ry sphygm manometet ore desirable than tl however, are too larg the other instruments to thre aemat manometer, | earried ace WOT consists of rves a double purpos the Instrument when r in a vertical position nometer consists of on tor the rig d metal par

mereury on

e manom nk ill | found quite sat a ljusted before the cull

Jour. A. M.A

EDITORIALS May 11, 1919

lical edueation atte nded by un

sidents. prominent medical educators and

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SATURDAY, MAY 11

ESS IN) MEDICAL EDUCATION

UNITED STATES

manner, and w

EDITORIALS

NARCOSTS

fhunctions, Whatever

] re rocees na non-oxidative manne!

Johns Hopkins Hosp., 1912, xxiii, ¥

EDITORIALS

COMMENT

Current Comment

CURRENT COMMENT Jo

M

MEN AND RELIGION—AND SANITATI

N

Medical News

CONNECTICUT

ILLINOIS

MEDICAL NEWS

communical tions, and to

ies to Wi

Personal.—Dr. H. A Shipman Hospital Majo Thon

mibel

\l

ot

Sanatorium Transferred.

, ] \ | +. i! J

( meet ' 1 b losis Sanatol INDIANA be (

Association Organized 1)

MISSOURI

n

Additior

Appointments ti

) Hospital Board F. Engman have

~

Mosquitoe Ss

rn

\

NEW YORK

Offers Hospital to Methodists.) . ve offered to build. equ tal " Sra ad to eost Ss 100.000 : oe Tite W ome n’s Llome |

lis hy rppaa ( wre

o Select Health Officers.—1 tv at its meeting, April

NEWS

o name a . te Name Hospital Ward for Titanic V cently resigned ( lis e of t Da ters J Mrs. Idea &

;

Maternity Hospital fo

in Advance

oOmmetl

tot MEDICAL NEWS Four. A.M.

Report of State Railroad Comuinission.—The report of th Bedtord City, who was operated on recently at the J ' , : erson ~ te Ratiroad Commission for the months of Januarv, Feb Hospital, is convalescent Dn Lonsdale J Roy

ruaryv al March show that 285 persons, including 135 en Norfolk, has been appointed physician to the No Ik ¢ | ee > | sengvers Il) trespassers and 31 others were Jail, vice Dr, David F Kkarnest, Port Norfolk. dec« l or e steam railroads of the state This shows an 5 Ij over the number killed in the same period oft WASHINGTON n mber injured m whed 2507, including PLGA New Officers.—Stevens Countv Medical Asso a r | ? 4% trespassers and others dent, D Wintred Mighell; secretary, D . =.

Hospital News ae pas it Wenatchee to cost S3o.000 Phe Prosse¢ ~

rma i

mental diseases nown . + ¢)

< Is spring

Pitt N olo Society Which will meet five :. .

ie , County Society Indorses Newspaper. The S

| sOctety tis a charter membership ot os . f- - I . et | ety is Drie =f | | uM) 1) sill \\ | been elected president and Dh Ml 4 Ol I ! ley , ( ! et } i ept medical ert , I \ si tary I ihe Medical Club of Harrisburg . , ; } ' Je nature " \ i t) ith an initial membership ot twenty ! Samu Z. So} vas elected president and Dr. J To Trace Drift of Rodents.—In order to f t ot t rats of Se tle, the enith departn lil Abincton Hospital Assured | i te teal , tal ive rats. aad " vedi i 1) | . . . t ent it io ;

} Ih

Clinical Department of University e |

- to ive t lin al dep tr nt ect

; ,

SOUTH DAKOTA Harrington, Milwaukee, treasurer, and \ State Board of Health Changes. At meeting the eee, SECRETS GF Tae See OF F t prepare ne ssemble the Wisecon-

State Board of Health, May 1, Dr. O. N *.

( ommission, ! | Bellis, Ant the State Tubercul Aubi Pes

wo

The Work Against Tuberculosis.—A free t :

5 sary Was opened in Racine, May 1, wi t

P ais } the ] at le - Cine oval Antituberculosis Association \l t :

Stn. cad aan teenlormemth af ting an organized campaign against the s t i losis and the county will build a sanatorium, t s1o.0000 ttlO Eau Claire County has decided to spend 516,00 New Officers Sout Piedn t Medical Society t south uberculosis sanatorium, the site being turnis hau t. D Hl. Singleton Belt, South (CJaire Antitubereulosis Society La Crosse | t : , ts. D \\ Macon Smiley, Houston; majority of 1.300 votes, has decided against the ] tion to I POUrna rae Vnenbure i. ff Harriso Danville, and establish a tuberculosis sanatorium | ( f Pubs ( ( te ( rt Ho secret treasurer, Di eulosis Sanatorsum has been placed under the supers of the ( \. Stover, South Boston Milwaukee County tuberculosis trustees. Both tree and pa) Personal,--D (ceorge DB. Lawson, Roanoke, has been patients will be admitted The tuberculosis sanatorium fet ippointed a member of the State Board of Health, ~ice Dr. Douglas County at Parkland, Superior, opened m February ri was completely

Rawley W. Martin, Lynchburg, deceased——Dr. M. P. DeBoe, reports that in the first month the men’s wa

FOREIGN

Hn00 is available This is suflicient to buil iD ne t International Congress for Med 1 EF troloev and Ra aa ae iachl | int i i i : | " su the institution, and an endeavor is being made

| ol y | s of Racine furnish the thirty-six rooms | 1 e erection of a tuberculosis sanatoriun n Dar ( , presented to the county board at its June sess

GENERAL

Army Medical Corps Openings.—For appoint tenants in the Armv Medical Corps. « minations lnliv 15 and September 3 | 1 informatior '

om the sSurgeon-trete { Ss. Arm Was neto 1). {

ngress on School Hygiene | gene} ymmitt

ments tor e Fourth Internatio Congr ns to be i iE ilo t veal < ect 1) | 131 ilo n heer nal t he I n t , ;

vention for Sex Hygiens American | ition for Sex H

ynal Atlantic City Deta \4

VEDICAL NEWS

entious obie tic ra]

i. eXCUSE

eduled as arising f rol emption nl mito !

rom been deseribed

a workman is entith revious letters tie it iti t among them Cin iit

on pointed

The London Milk-Supply

Infectious Diseases in

rhmittes or thre Lon

evistation is ou

ively the milk

Bt supply ol LO.000 deaths oceurred in other t i! this number attributes

The Problem or Slee ping Si

Anthrax Investigation

b ood -contaminate

clot Is «a tT machinery ( ognize t} Dy h. ( riologist to tl monstrations -s and exhibits of

samples are in the public museums

PARIS LETTER

j

i favoring cause which brings to light the morbid pr | Somété de géographie in Paris ts awarded its ]

thie rbiect Dr. ¢ ivienv thinks that it is old medal to Dr. Charcot for two explorations in the A)

Antityphoid Vaccination in the Navy

: able decision trom the Superior Coun

1 " enta re . fe reco ed weve th ltt] , oO the minister of the marine lh:

ntonxieation ! vii too otten alcohol '

the navy of antit phord vacemation

is tut rorized tlhe applicat

BERLIN LETTER

. vu of Paris tiv tory of a malarial patient (/ 0 R ilar Correspondent)

Personal

rmerly director of tlhe univers

rlin, joined the faculty at

ind was made a regular professor at Erlanges ger

yuu " - oO thre ospitals of Paris Some yveurs ioe he ~ obliged to resieon his bos

Munich has been elected iily nomaties ot ntelligence the (herman surgical society (resellschatt fiir (

ssor AM nt of

The

. TT 1 7 betwee isVitliMms i j ; \ ! e plat or founding a university at |

Proposed Frankfort University

, acain ep fe ard Phe municipal ties

vement

vrement

voverning

e Grosse Rat ! the Wuratorium Vle be the president of bot

ririspl

|

d institutes

Treatment of Industrial Electric Accident

Phe Prussian minister of trade Handelsm t the

ussoclation of (

ttention of the oflicials wm

utte

tT!

ins!

prune

eont

SUgCeSS

itten pts

whom o is ition

resuscit

' ' Protest Against the Instruction of Laymen in Orthopedic , ; e Curative Gymnastics

. D ' mportant to ! At the recent congress tol orthopedic surge t bb ' * , ' } te " rite t nost enel lin. the follov ne resolution Was adopted ! t ore s oltet sit is to-day orthopedic surgery (sesellschatt tiir orthoy ils 9g

olds the systematic instruction of the lait

Personal pedic curative gymnastics by medical institutes pe very ors ive ret ay Armand Caauthi obiectionable be “AUIS owing to the progress rv mineral emistrvy at the Faculté ce this work specialist skill has become mor es » Dr. ( rofess¢ of pathologic anatomy sary For medical institutes to train layme sul . il surgery of the Faculté with the special purpose of employing it lat s a nae Dr. Mau professor of exper pendent means of livelihood, seems to be part obye ! Dr. Frébault. professor of chemist tionable on account of the serious injury to patients whieh

may’ arise trom it

for the Investigation of Families, Heredity an Eugenics

Kongr

VIENNA LETTER

state vuardians

person In quest

criminal la

DEATHS we A.M. A

19}

; Edwin Rosenthal, M.D, Jefferson Medical Colleg Oo - 18a Marriages a member of the American Medical Association and Missisgip,:

Valley Medical Association and prominent as a specialis = ae : diseases of children; physician in chief to Mount Sinai y Epwarp STANLEY Berry, M.vV.. Shippensburg, Pa., to Miss pital, Philadelphia; corresponding secretary and hee Mare iret Irene Smith of New Cumberland, Pa., in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Hospital for Contagious Diseases: ye \p" se home, April 21, from cerebral hemorrhage, aged 53 Wirttram Scureur Porter. M.D... Oakland, Cal.. to Miss Dor Daniel McLaren Miller, M.D. College of Phys KX. Deering of Philadelphia, at Santa Cruz. Cal April ?0) Surusens, Mow York City. 2056: ‘0 member of th ea (CHARLES PARMENAS HleNRY VLD Basking Ridge N J to Medieal \ssociation and International Associati R , \ le Louise Ermentrout of Reading, Pa., April 23 way Surgeons: surgeon of the Twenty-Eighth W , \! unteer Infantry during the Civil War; local sureeo the

Epneswortnu TAYLOR 1 Leopold, Tnd to Miss | 7 Paul System at Oconomowoc, Wis died at his

Burke of Booneville, Ind... Apri

city, April 25, aged 75. pu Francis Watnen, M.D. Lawrence, Mass., to Miss 7? Bie on ol : Thomas P. Shields, M.D. University of Pennsyh P

I. Lyo Hlaverlill, Ma April 24 delphia. 1846: surgeon in the Confederate sery : \MES Dennis \ SHEEHAN. M.D... to Miss Florence Mac Civil War ind after its close a practitioner Vg) both of Syracuse, N.Y April 23 Ohio; formerly a member and once president of 1 s Wo MeMurray, M.D... to Mrs. Alice C. O'Cor Stock Commission; died at his home near Wat \) \I on, Ohio, April 2 from senile debility, aged 86 eT? F. Bussey, M.D... 7 =, Mad... to Miss WNatherine Charles W. Nichols, M.D. Albany a. % \l Co ( t Baltimor Apr As ISSO: a member of the American Medical Ass es BA Pio L.D.. to Miss Mary ( Prit th eran of the Civil War; for several years healt f | ) \) 4 field. N. Y ind physician of Herkimer Co ome ! Whitesboro Ap ra Irom cere ved 62 : Hermann Westphal, M.D. College of Phys nd & Deaths geons, Baltimore, 1898S: formerly assistant cit sicia ; Butte, Mont at one time phvsician on the \ , Reservation. Fort Simcoe: died suddenly in the ] Hoe

Augustus Peck Clarke, M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1862; Pt Butte, April 15, from pi aah hems ‘hind ent of the American John Neilson Beekman, M.D. College ot < New

\

\sx { n IS85-1896 and iirman of the Section Surgeons York City, ISGS; a membe \l t , a) proress tf ove olog\ ind abdominal Societ of the State of New Yor t one t om} SO83 to LOO0 and ean of the ( lewe ot ] the stall of the New York Hosp ta «lle ~ Bostor mm IS94 to 1000. died at his ( \ Apr is, from heart disease ied 6S Can Mass.. April 22, aged 78 Immediately William Reider Mood, M.D. Vanderbilt | ty. XN I) ( rke entered the military” service ville. Tenn ISSS: a member of the Ame! { _ N \ \ nteel! Infantry and eiatiol lo surgeon ot the Northweste ] fF < “4 is ft surgeon ot briva it ind division Carolina lied suddenly at his ome ! - ~ bore tte eutenant-colonel for conspicuous courage April 21. from heart disease, aged 47 | Vas rit ber am ouncilor of the iss : mem ul councilor M - Horace Preston Gilstrap, M.D. Kansas Cit 1] society t member of the American Academy path Medical College, 1S96; Kansas City ne} \] " t \merican Association ot Obstetricians and \ ieal Col - Looe prot . f : : edit ries »: rotesso oO sul the itter sf " > ) . Co ) : : . a ~ es SO] Isv2 of t (.V0ne logi institutior died it his home in Ix nsas ( \; ~/ mTorr rie! onorary pres ient of thre “e t n f) m heart lisease. aged 1? i International Me il Cor : bin hridoo & , Milton Tiffany Reeder, M.D. Bellevue | al ( itl = ? I (ire ‘> \ “i 1 lege, ISSO: a member of the Medical So t Stat ly yen t< nd served as a member ¢ t he Pennsylvania; vice-presklent of the Millers il Ra tor years : . . died at his ome n that place April 24. f es

ickell Murfree, M.D lefferson Medical College throat, aged 65

James Br y , » at n Me } ssociation oe : , an ; ua pc Thomas Harris Stewart, M.D. Universit van. Ann

?

es and m tix of surgery in the University - _ Arbor. IS6S8: for fortv-two vears a pra Sout Sewanee loca surgeon at Murtreesboro for ~ . J \ ( t S Lou Railwav rn 1\ Ohio: a member of the State Legislature 1 86 to 18 ittanoo i ina t OUuLSs Vill a : to lel . . x : ¥ died at the home ot his daughter in Sate Apri] 22 ) lennessee State Medical Association ; Mid par on tad Association: Rutherford County Medi - ' , Si t rri-State Medical Society of Tennessee. Alabama Arnatt Reading Gulick, M.D. Bellevi tal Medical { nd Souther! Surgical and Gynecologi il Asso College ISS88 ; formerly of New York Cit ecently a o ears a surgeon in the Confederate service practitioner of Perth Amboy, N. J.; died Peter's Hos Cis War died at his home April 24, from pital, New Brunswick, N J, April 25 pneumotl

ied 47

Horatio Nathaniel Greene, M.D. Jenn il Colleg 1905: of Chicago: died in the Washingt: Hospital

D Yale University New Haven. Cont 3 service during the vellow fever outbreak

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that city, April 11, from the effects

( Vestor IS52; served as surgeon of the Second Con . ; . t Volunteer Infantry and medical director of the Army throat, self-inflicted, it is believed wit dal intent t Potoma ind Department of the Gulf during the aged 49 Wa rotessor of s ireer\ n his alma mater until ISS7 Edgar Calhoun Addison, M.D. Medical ¢ of the St S90 lecturer on medical urisprudence; eminent as of South Carolina, Charleston, 1904; died at s office in Fa ilienist; died at his home in New Haven, April fax, S. ¢ April 14, from the effects of guns younds, 8 inflicted, it is believed, with suicidal intent e desponder

from senile deopility ived SO Lindsey T. Lowder, M.D. Medical College of Indiana, Indian aged 29 " 18"4. formerly a member of the American Medical Asso John Shreffler Kennelley, M.D. Colleg Physicians and titioner of Easto

ind president of the Monroe County Ind. Medical Surgeons, Keokuk, la., 1880; formerly a pra , ~ ety i trustee of the Central College of Physicians of Ill... but for the last two vears a resident ot Longmont, Colo . died at his home in that place, April 23, from cancer, aged 58

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the Monon System at Bloomington; died at his home George H. Reynolds, M.D. Albany (N. \ Medical College that city, April 20, from cerebral hemorrhage, aged 65 1891; formerly a member of the American Mer ical Asso 4 Franklin K. Cosgrove, M.D. Medical College of Ohio, Cincin- tion and a practitioner of Delhi, N. Y.; di ¥ “on —_* ti, 1849; a veteran of both the Mexican and Civil wars, !wot, Colo., March 21, from tuberculosis, aged 46 J d until his retirement a practitioner of Maysville, Ind.; James D. Marsh, M.D. Jefferson Medical College 1882; died his son near North Vernon, Ind., April at his home in North Bethlehem, Pa., April 11, from cerebrai

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