Forty-ninth Series–April 22-24, 1970

Presented in Coordination with the Fifty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the University of Oregon Medical School

DR. RAYMOND D. ADAMS

Chief, Neurology Service and Neuropathologist, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. The Medical Problem of Dementia and the Significance of Low Pressure Hydrocephalus as One Cause; Pediatric Neurology: Some of its Most Crucial Problems; The Lacunar State: Small Strokes Reviewed

DR. JOEL WILSON BAKER

Emeritus Chief of Surgery and Senior Consultant, The Mason Clinic and Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, Washington. Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine. Two Challenges in the Management of Small Bowel Obstruction; The Clinician and the Controversy Regarding Polyps of the Colon; Surgical Treatment of Duodenal Ulcer: Tailoring the Operation to the Patient

DR. ABNER MCGEHEE HARVEY

Professor of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University. Physician-in-Chief, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. The Paraneoplastic Syndromes; The Lupoid Syndromes; Rheumatoid Arthritis and its Variant Syndromes