W2115 Medical Society of the State of New York
Feb 2 1886
To: Dr. Calvin Brooks McQuesten
From: Common Coucil Chamber, city Hall Albany New York
The Medical Society of the State of New York
Eightieth Annual Meeting,
To be held in the
Common Council Chamber, City Hall,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, February 2D, 3D, and 4th, 1886
Preliminary Announcement of Papers
ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M.D., New York
General Arterio-Capillery fibrosis: Its Relation to Cardiac and Renal Disease.
W.W.POTTER, M.D., Buffalo.
1.Its diagnostic value,
3.What to be learned by,
J.C. SHAW, M.D., Brooklyn.
Megrim with Intermittent Ptosis
B. F. SHERMAN, M.D., Ogdensburg.
Report of a case of Empyema
1. Length of time the Lung may be crowded up under the Clavicle and yet be restored to its normal condition.
2.Such Treatment as will result in the perfect expansion of the Lung.
3.The rapid and perfect recovery of this Patient
R.F. WEIR, M.D., New York.
Fatty Tumors of the Knee Joint
J.A.A. GRANT,(BEV),M.D., Cairo, Egypt.
1. Cause: A living transmissible Organism whose Habitat is the Ganges.
2. Difference between Epidemic and Sporadic Cholera: Sporadic Cholera is more a Summer disease, when the Fruit is ripe, while Epidemic Cholera has little or no respect for seasons. Sporadic Cholera, although attended by partial suppression of the Urine, is not accompanied by Albuminurua. Sporadic Cholera is not followed by a Typhoid State as in epidemic Cholera. In Sporadic Cholera there is not the Comma Bacillus of Koch. This Organism is at least diagnostic of Epidemic Cholera, and if we prevent its development, we extinguish the disease.
3. The different effect upon the bowels in Sporadic and Epidemic Cholera as shown by Postmortem Examination.?
4. Epidemic Cholera contafious; Sporadic Cholera non-contagious. The former is cery fatal. The latter not so.
5. Explanation of death in Epidemic Cholera.
W.H. BAILEY, M.D., Albany.
Hemorrhoids in Pregnancy
C.R. AGNEW, M.D., New York.
Hygiene of the Ear, based upon the Record of more than twenty-eight hundred Cases
JOHN O. ROE, M.D., Rochester,
MAURICE PERKINS, M.D., Schenectady,
Relation of Sate Board of Health to Local Boards
WILLIS E. FORD, M.D., Utica,
The Early Management of cases of Mental Depression
F.N. OTIS, M.D.,New York
On the Limitation of the Contagious Period of Syphilis, in relation to Marriage, etc.
T.H. SQUIRE, M.D., Elmira,
Ovarian Tumor, Advantages of early Ovariotomy, Disadvantages of delay
HERMAN BENDELL, M.D., Albany,
Treatment if Aural Polypi by the Injection of Carbolic Acid
A. JACOBI, M.D., New York,
Peritonitis of Infants and Children. Digitalis in Practice.
BENJ. C. SENTON, M.D., Whitehall
Notes of Autopsy, disclosing Absence of Liver
LAWSON TAIT, M.D. F.R.C.S., Birmingham, Eng.
Methods of Diagnosis
V.P GIBNEY, M.D., New York.
Lessons in the Management of Club-Foot.
1. The Abuse of Tenotomy.
2. Advantages of Early. Treatment.
3.How the Mother May Intelligently co-operate with the Medical Attendant.
4. THe Delusion, "Rapid Cure."
6. The Value of Plaster of Paris as an Adjuvant.
WM. HAILES, JR, M.D., Albany
Bacteria, Identification and Classification of Species,
H.R. HOPKINS, M.D., Buffalo.
1. Is it a primary disease?
2. How shall it be recognized, and does recovery ever take place?
W.H. THOMSON, M.D., New York,
Prevention of Hemiplegia
1. Prepisposing Causes of Arterial Degeneration
3. Influence of Diet.
4. Effect of Climate
P.R. FURBECK, M.D., Gloversville,
The Establishment of a State Board of Medical Examiners
JAMES P BOYD, M.D., Albany,
Hemorrhage after Removal of the Cervix Uteri for Epithelioma with the Galvanic Cantery Wire
WESLEY M. CARPENTER, M.D., New York,
A Clinical Note on Bright's Disease and Diabetes Mellitus
1. Has it beeen noticed that the internal administration of Nitro-Glycerine has been followed by Sugar in the Urine?
2. Cases are desired that illustrate the immunity with which some diabetics can take cerain articles of diet containing a large amount of starch.
M.L. BATES, M.D., Canaan Four Corners,
a Case of Swallowing a Plate with four Artificial Teeth: Passage of the same per Rectum, on the sixth day. With Remarks.
WILLIAM C. WEY. M.D., Elmira,
Medical Testimony and the Hypothetical Question
E.F. BRUSH, M.D., Mt. Vernon,
A HADDEN. M.D., New York,
Rheumatic Affections of the Joints
N. A. POWELL. M.D., Edgar, Ontario
Vesical Calculi in Female children, with cases.
LAWRENCE JOHNSON, M.D., New York,
F.C. CURTIS, M.D., Albany,
Tinea Tonsurans or Ringworm of the Scalp
1. Treatment in Asyllums and Private Practice.
2. Recognition of its Cure being effective.
WILLIAM S. ELY, M.D., Rochester
subject to be announced
A.B. HUESTED, M.D, Albany,
Benefits arising from Laws regulating the Practice of Pharmacy
W. GILL WYLIE, M.D., New York,
Disease of the Fallopian Tubes, with Reports of Cases and Characteristic Specimens.
1. The surgical Pathology, and the Relations of Salpingitis to Pelvic Adhesions and displacements of the Uterus.
JOSEPH W. HOWE, M.D., New York.
Free Dispensary System
LUCIEN HOWE, M.D., Buffalo,
The recording of cases
D.B. ST JOHN ROOSA, M.D., New York,
The Results of the Operation for Convergent Squint.
CHAS. CARY. M.D., Buffalo,
ROBERT T. MORRIS. M.D., New York.
Burns considered as Wounds; and treated according to Scientific, Antiseptic Methods.
D.B. SIMMONS, M.D., Poughkeepsie, (formerly of Yokohoma),
Leprosy, in Japan
1. General consideratinos as to its Distribution in that Country
2. Classes and Conditions of people affected by the Disease
3. Popular Ideas of the disease in Japan, and Custons relating to its prevention.
4. Clinical History, as observed by the Author
5. General consideration as to its special modes of propagation
6. Treatment: Medical, Hygenic and Sanitary.
WALTER B. CHASE. M.D., Brooklyn.
Antiseptics in Midwifery
L.E. FELTON, M.D., Potsdam,
some Obsercations on the Treatment of Uterine Displacements in General Practice
HARVEY JEWETT, M.D., Canandaigua,
Spontaneous Expulsion of a Large Calculus in the Case of A Female aged 68 years.
DANIEL LEWIS, M.D., New York,
The Clinical Diagnosis of Cancer
1. Value of the Microscope in the Study and Treatment.
F.S. CREGO, M.D., Buffalo,
ARTHUR M. JACOBUS, M.D., New York.,
Remarks on Pelvic Inflammation in Females and its Treatment
1. The relative frequency if Pelvic Peritonitis and Cellulitis.
2. The indications for using, and the comparatice value of, Glycerine Tampons and hot water, locally in the Pelvic disorders of women.
T.R. POOLEY, M.D., New York,
A Case of Tumor of the Maxillary Antrum and Orbit.
1. The best methids for the removal of Tumors wich begin in the neighboring Cavities and then invade the Orbit, and the prognosis as to their return.
GEO. R. FOWLER, M.D., Brooklyn,
A comparison of some of the Modern Methods of treating Ununited Fractures.
A.R. SIMMONS, M.D., Utica,
Acute Nephritis, especially as following Diphtheria.
D.H. GOODWILLIE, M.D., New York
Treatment of Tertiary Syphilis of the Nose, Mouth and Throat, Records of Cases presented and fully illustrated.
NEWTON M. SHAFFER, M.D., New York,
The Prognosis and Treatment of true Lateral Curvature of the Spine.
F.W. HINKEL, M.D., Buffalo,
Tubercular Ulceration of the Larynx.
H.C. COE, M.D., New York,
The Clinical vs. the Microscopical Evidence of Disease.
J.M. BIGELOW, M.D., Albany,
Hints of the Treatment of Diphtheria.
L. LEONARD CORNING, M.D., New York,
Diet in Cancer
C.L. STILES, M.D., Owego,
History of a Case of Abscess of the Kidney.
A.M. PHELPS, M.D., Chateaugay,
Excision of the Knee Joint, with Cases.
L. DUNCAN BULKLEY, M.D., New Yorkm
Communications relating to the above papers, or others that may yet be offered, as to day of reading and time required, should be addressed to any member of the provisional buisness committee:
DR. W.W. POTTER, 306 Franklin St, Buffalo.
DR. DANIEL LEWIS, 62 Park Ave, New York,
DR. A.M. PHELPS, Chateaugay, N.Y.
ALBANY, N.Y., January 1, 1886.
A. VANDER VEER, M.D., President
WM, MANLUIS SMITH, M.D., Secretary