1901 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
never unwell in their lives, and all lived to be over 20 years old. Of the second marriage there was one of the two daugh¬ ters who was never unwell. Two aunts of the patient have never menstruated, and one has a double reducible inguinal hernia. Five first cousins of the patient have never men¬ struated, and two of these are ruptured just as she was. One sister of the patient has never menstruated, and has a reducible hernia in the left side, an irreducible on the right. One fact he learned is
more » ... fact he learned is that these women who have never men¬ struated have hardly any hair in the axilla and on the pubes and are not troubled by any unpleasant odor from the perspira¬ tion. De. Geoege S. Beown, Birmingham, Ala., read a paper in which he described a modified Hodgen's splint for the treat¬ ment of fractures of the thigh. He also demonstrated the application of this splint on a negro. De. Charles P. Noble, Philadelphia, read a paper on "The Treatment of Procidentia Uteri." The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Dr.
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