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Page 251 - By G. Frank Lydston, MD, Professor of the Surgical Diseases of the GenitoUrinary Organs and Syphilology in the Medical Department of the State University of Illinois ; Professor of Criminal Anthropology in the Kent College of Law; Surgeon-in-Chief of the Genito-Urinary Department of the West-Side Dispensary.