Medicine: O & O

In Washington's Mayflower Hotel last week gathered 1,400 members of the exclusive American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology to study and discuss eyes, ears, noses, throats. Outstanding feature of the convention was the Section on Instruction which holds nearly a dozen special classes every year throughout convention week for eager, serious "O & O" men. Among the practical suggestions of the convention were:

Iced Ribs. In remodeling the nose and ears of an auto-accident victim, a plastic surgeon usually has to snip off patches of cartilage from the patient's ribs. Such mutilation is...

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