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November 1, 1952


JAMA. 1952;150(9):942. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680090106013

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In this issue of The Journal is the program of the 1952 Clinical Session of the American Medical Association. This meeting, to be held in Denver Dec. 2-5, offers physicians an unexcelled opportunity to bring themselves up-to-date on everyday problems of medical practice. The clinical program is broad in scope and practical in emphasis. Current progress in all major branches of medicine will be summarized in review lectures and panel discussions and illustrated in exhibits or demonstrations on patients. The extensive medical and surgical color television and motion picture program will bring those in attendance closer to the operating table and the bedside than is possible with any other method for the demonstration of patients to large groups. Special features of the scientific exhibit will be continuous demonstrations on reduction and fixation of fractures, on obstetric delivery techniques, and on newer methods of artificial respiration. Practical office procedures in otolaryngology,

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