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My first duty is to express my appreciation of the honor I have received in being selected to preside over the meetings of this Section. This honor brings with it, however, the embarassing conviction that I lack many of the qualifications necessary and essential for properly carrying out the work for which I have been chosen. The ready co-operation that I have received in the effort to organize the work of the Section, and the great interest manifested in its success on all sides have contributed to make the experience of the past months among the pleasantest of my life, and I only trust that in looking back upon the completion of our meeting you may all be able to regard it with equal satisfaction. When I consider the characters of the papers you will listen to, and remember the prominence of their authors, and the large amount of learning
DANDRIDGE NP. SURGICAL INTERFERENCE IN FRACTURES OF THE SPINE. JAMA. 1889;XIII(2):37–43. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.04440010001001
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