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REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT
Of the American Medical Association, at Atlantic City, June 7-10, 1904.FRANK B. WYNN, A.M., M.D., DIRECTOR.INDIANAPOLIS.Four years ago in Atlantic City the first scientfic exhibit of the Association was auspiciously inaugurated. It was, perhaps, the most distinctive feature of that memorable meeting. The practical benefits of the Scientific Exhibit have since been abundantly demonstrated. In its evolution, experience soon proved the large heterogeneous collection expensive and difficult to demonstrate. Reduction in size of the exhibit followed naturally with grouping of specimens to illuminate certain phases of pathology. The next step was to correlate the work of the exhibit with that of the sections. Topics chosen for illustration were those of live interest to the profession and prominently considered in the sections.Those having deeply at heart the best development of this feature of the association work, have
Association News. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(12):828–833. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500120064023
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