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December 25, 1943


JAMA. 1943;123(17):1125-1126. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840520041015

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The Scientific Exhibit  The Committee on Scientific Exhibit of the Board of Trustees has authorized three special exhibits, which will be presented under the guidance of special exhibit committees.The special exhibit on fractures will be continued as in former years, showing how to make and store plaster of paris bandages, fractures of the lower end of the radius, fractures of the ankle and emergency treatment of fractures for transportation. The committee consists of Dr. Kellogg Speed, Chicago, chairman; Dr. Frank D. Dickson, Kansas City, and Dr. Walter E. Lee, Philadelphia.The special exhibit on burns will include both industrial and military phases of the problem. The committee is composed of Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Texarkana, chairman; Capt. Ernest W. Brown, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, United States Navy, and Capt. Joseph E. Hamilton, Walter Reed General Hospital, United States Army.The special

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