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To the Editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association:
—In justice to those who participated in the discussion of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association, your readers should be informed that the stenographer's report was not revised or corrected before being published, which accounts for the many gross errors in the transactions as published in the Journal. In many instances the errors are unmistakably typographical, and can be overlooked; but there are some errors of omissions which completely prevent the meaning.In the issue of January 9 the report has misrepresented my remarks in many respects. For instance, I never said Apostoli used an electrode in the uterus the size of an orange; but may have said it was the size of my thumb. Nor did I say that I had abandoned puncture. I am a strong advocate of vaginal puncture, but said I had abandoned abdominal puncture.I
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