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When invited by the Secretary of this Section of your Association to prepare a paper to read before so intelligent a body of scientific men, representing the two noblest professions to which men have ever devoted time, toil or study, I instinctively shrank from the duty imposed with the conviction that there were many older and more experienced men in the profession who could present subjects of far greater interest than I; but your Secretary persisted and I reluctantly consented to prepare a paper on the above named subject. While casting about for a topic on which to write, this subject was suggested to my mind, not because of anything of an original character which I had to present, but by a little episode to which I was compelled to listen while at dinner, and which may not be wholly out of place if related at this time.
FREEMAN AB. DENTAL LESIONS CAUSING FACIAL NEURALGIA AND OTHER NEURAL PHENOMENA.Read in the Section on Dental and Oral Surgery, at the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, June, 1887.. JAMA. 1887;IX(17):519–522. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400160007001b
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