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April 26, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(17):1085. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480170039008

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The Pathological Society of Philadelphia last year inaugurated the custom of holding an annual exhibition meeting, designed to illustrate the progress of pathology and to bring before the members in an objective manner pathologic subjects of contemporary interest. The second exhibit was held Jan. 9, 1902, and was largely attended. A list of the subjects presented occupies fifteen pages of the Proceedings of the Society (March, 1902) being composed of nearly three hundred items. Exhibits were made by over twenty individuals connected with the various laboratories in and about Philadelphia and they included gross and microscopic specimens in human and comparative pathology, cultures and slides of some of the bacteria which are especially interesting at present, and a series of blood preparations from the Pepper Laboratory of Clinical Medicine. The value of such an exhibit is manifold. As an educational factor among the physicians of the city where it is

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