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March 3, 1951


JAMA. 1951;145(9):651-652. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920270045017


THE SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT, ATLANTIC CITY SESSION, JUNE 11-15, 1951  There is every indication that the attendance at the Atlantic City Session in 1951 may be the largest in the history of the Association. One of the "straws in the wind" is the number of applications for space in the Scientific Exhibit. Four hundred and twenty-five applications have been received to date, and they are still coming in. Ninety applications for time on the motion picture program have been received.From all this material, an exceptionally good program can be built. Following are several special features to be presented:

  1. Fracture Exhibit.—Treatment of the following fractures will be demonstrated—wrist, ankle, vertebrae, shoulder, carpal navicular and elbow.

  2. Exhibit Symposium on Overweight.—In addition to a series of exhibits, there will be a small room in an adjacent area for question and answer conferences and for the showing of a new

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