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A three-day dermatopathology symposium titled Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases, sponsored by the departments of dermatology and pathology of New York University School of Medicine, will be held in June 1975. Directed by Dr. A. Bernard Ackerman, associate professor of dermatology and pathology, it will take place in Alumni Hall, New York University Medical Center, New York. The program will begin on Thursday, June 26, at 1 PM and conclude on Saturday, June 28, at 1 PM.The course is designed to provide a logical and reproducible approach to the diagnosis and understanding of inflammatory skin diseases. A method will be taught for making specific histologic diagnoses in most inflammatory skin diseases, thus avoiding their being signed out as "chronic nonspecific dermatitis." Careful clinicopathological correlation will also be emphasized.The format will be 45- to 60-minute lectures, followed by 30-minute question and discussion periods in which the
News and Notes. Arch Dermatol. 1975;111(3):403. doi:10.1001/archderm.1975.01630150123028