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The Academy of Medicine was formed over 100 years ago. Prior to this there had been medical societies; each catering for a different branch of medicine but they overlapped one another. For many years wide-ranging discussions had been held on how best to bring these bodies together so that they would have the advantage of union yet

preserve their independence. In the event a solution was found. In November 1882 in the Royal College of Surgeons an Academy was formed by the amalgamation of the four main medical societies - the Dublin Society of Surgeons, the Medical Society of the College of Physicians, the Pathological Society and the Dublin Obstetrical Society.

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Ali Yılmaz,  Cem Mirili,  Salim Başol Tekin, Mehmet Bilici 

The ratio of hemoglobin to red cell distribution width predicts survival in patients with gastric cancer treated by neoadjuvant FLOT: a retrospective study

12/12/2019


William P. Tormey 

Hyponatraemia, harm reduction and the O’Hara report from Northern Ireland

09/12/2019


Jose Juan Ruiz-Hernández,  Alicia Conde-Martel,  Miriam Serrano-Fuentes,  Marta Hernández-Meneses,  Alejandro Merlán-Hermida,  Alba Rodríguez-Pérez,  Joaquín Marchena-Gómez 

Pyogenic liver abscesses due to Escherichia coli are still related to worse outcomes

29/09/2019

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