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Cooperative Exhibit on Fractures
The Cooperative Committee on Fractures, representing the Section on Surgery, General and Abdominal, and the Section on Orthopedic Surgery, announces the following as members of the Advisory Committee: Drs. Charles L. Scudder, Emmet Rixford, William S. O'Neill Sherman, Joseph A. Blake, William L. Keller, F. J. Cotton, William L. Estes, Sr., George W. Hawley, James M. Hitzrot, William S. Baer, Frank R. Ober, Dallas B. Phemister, M. L. Harris and M. S. Henderson.The committee has the plans for the exhibit on fractures well under way. The exhibit will be kept within the confines of three topics; namely, Fracture of the Femur, Fracture of the Humerus, and Fracture of the Lower Radius. Supplementing these topics there will also be certain special exhibits.The committee has already obtained the consent of about seventy physicians who will give continuous demonstrations throughout the week. In general, the
Association News. JAMA. 1927;88(5):327. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680310039015
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