Dr. G. V. I. Brown, Milwaukee—I am sorry Dr. Hill is not present to take part in the discussion of this subject, as his paper is not a set of phrases put together for the day or the time, but is based upon his own practice. Dr. Hill, a physician, is better capable of discussing the pathologic conditions, local and general, that have relations to affections of the mouth than almost any dentist that I know. He sends a great many patients to me; almost every case is diagnosed, and very rarely, if ever, do I find reason to change the diagnosis.Dr. Cryer.—Being only a visitor to this Section, and not having heard all the papers read upon the subject, there is but one point on which I can speak. Throughout the reading and discussion of papers in dental meetings, there seems to be a tendency for
SYMPOSIUM ON DENTAL EDUCATION. JAMA. 1900;XXXV(1):21–27. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.24620270021001g
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