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SEATTLE CLINICAL MEETING
The Scientific Program for the Seattle Clinical Meeting of the American Medical Association, Nov. 27-30, is outstanding for its compactness and scope. Onehundred fifteen subjects will be discussed in four rooms simultaneously over a three and one-half day period, with use of panel discussion groups, color television presentations, lectures, and motion pictures. There will be 93 scientific exhibits covering the full range of medicine, with demonstrations during the entire period of the meeting. Subjects include obstetrics and gynecology with several panels, television presentations, exhibits, and manikin demonstrations. Hypertension will be considered in detail with a panel and several exhibits, while problems of the aging will be discussed for an entire morning, as well as being presented in motion pictures. The panel on fractures will be supplemented with fracture demonstrations in the Scientific Exhibit. The lecture program includes a large number of subjects and covers many of the
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1956;162(7):662. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970240044015
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