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To the Editor:
—I think the foregoing criticism is quite just and that I should have been careful to include the name Beebe loupe. I had presumed that every one was sufficiently familiar with the long existence of the Beebe loupe so that they would not feel that any one could possibly claim originality in suggesting its employment. My sole purpose was to call attention to the value of the loupe in magnifying surgical fields and searching for parathyroids. I am indebted to the subscriber for a just criticism, however unintentional.
Lahey FH. BINOCULAR LOUPE. JAMA. 1931;96(5):377. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720310067032
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