Proceedings of the Canal Zone Medical Association
The Medical Association of the Canal Zone was organized in 1906 and later came under the auspices of the American Medical Association. Soon thereafter, a medical journal, Proceedings of the Medical Association of the Canal Zone, began publication. During its twenty-year period of existence (1908-1927), the Proceedings recorded 426 articles in 3,215 pages, 23 issues and 15 volumes, including case reports, epidemiological studies and clinical and laboratory research related to malaria, yellow fever, pneumonia, tuberculosis, amebiasis, syphilis, intestinal parasites and other health problems afflicting the population of Panama and the Canal Zone.
Proceedings of the Canal Zone Medical Association, vol. I, frontispiece.
Proceedings of the Canal Zone Medical Association. Abstracts and Annotated Bibliography (1908-1927), Morgan Hill, CA: Bookstand Publ., 2014. Frontispiece.