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(title page) [Circular Seeking Information About the Use of Chloroform and the Effects of Shock in Surgery]
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In replying to questions, and in Essays or Papers sent to the Association, a resume is requested, coming to some conclusion, in order to facilitate taking the vote in the decision on the subject.
Further particulars on these subjects, with accounts of any remarkable course which balls may have taken in transit through the body, in your own practice, are solicited.
SAM'L P. MOORE,
Pres't Ass'n A & N. Surgeons.