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JAMA. 1937;108(14):1181-1187. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780140037016.
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ARKANSAS 

Dr. Vinsonhaler Is Still Dean.—  Dr. Frank Vinsonhaler writes that he has not retired as dean of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock, and that the date of his retirement has not been determined.

Officers of State Health Board.—  Dr. Fergus O. Mahony, El Dorado, was elected president of the state board of health at its quarterly meeting, Little Rock, February 18, succeeding Dr. William G. Hodges, Malvern. Dr. Melvin E. McCaskill, Little Rock, was chosen vice president.

Society News.—  Dr. T. Duel Brown, Little Rock, among other speakers, discussed renal abnormalities before the Tri-County Clinical Society in Hope, February 25.—Dr. Fred H. Albee, New York, addressed the Pulaski County Medical Society at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock, February 15, on the value of electrically driven tools in bone surgery.

CALIFORNIA 

Hospital Meeting.—  The eleventh annual convention of the Association of Western

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