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THE SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT AT ATLANTIC CITY.
Brief Resume of this Display of Pathologic Specimens, etc.Four years ago the first Scientific Exhibit of the Association was inaugurated at Atlantic City. It was the distinctive feature of that memorable meeting. The practical benefits of the exhibit idea have been appreciated by everyone. Experience has shown the desirability of attaining two important ends: First, there should be each year the complete illumination of only a few pathologic topics, rather than a miscellaneous collection of specimens. Let the phases chosen for illustration be those of live interest to the profession, and such as are likely to be prominently considered in the Section work. Secondly the specimen groups should be demonstrated by competent persons at stated hours indicated on the official program. For the past five years those most interested in securing greater practical efficiency of the exhibit have striven for the attainment
Wynn FB. Association News.. JAMA. 1904;XLII(20):1307–1308. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490650045039
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