It is with a deep sense of the great honor which has been bestowed on me that I come before you, and I can assure you that I appreciate very much the invitation which your chairman sent me to give an address before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases of the American Medical Association. I must confess to feeling somewhat disconcerted at the imposing names of professors who have preceded me, and I must crave your indulgence if I fail to attain the high standard which they have set.
In choosing a subject it seemed to me that the great value of international meetings or of the custom of inviting members of another country to give addresses consists largely in the opportunity it offers of bringing forward subjects which may not have engaged the attention of the members of the profession over here and may thus be the means
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