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September 1927

News and Comment

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1927;16(3):328. doi:10.1001/archderm.1927.02380030075008

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New Center for Treatment and Teaching of Skin Diseases.—  The New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital announces that its clinic for skin diseases has been reorganized and newly equipped and was opened on June 15. The clinic, consisting of eighteen rooms, has facilities for roentgen-ray, radium, ultraviolet, infraroentgen (grenz) ray and carbon dioxide therapy, operating rooms for skin surgery and laboratories for microscopic diagnosis and research. Several rooms are set aside for the treatment of syphilis in all its stages.The personnel and plant are adequate for the care of 100,000 dermatologic cases a year, including hospitalization when necessary. Many members of the staff will constantly be engaged in research work.The director of the department is Prof. George Miller MacKee. The staff of forty members includes Professors Fred Wise and I. Rosen; Assistant Professors Joseph Jordan Eller, Max Scheer, D. L. Satenstein and E. William Abramowitz; Clinical Professors

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