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July 1933

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Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;28(1):73. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01460010076014

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Abstract

POSTGRADUATE COURSE IN DERMATOLOGY  The Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital offers a course in dermatology and syphilology to graduates from a properly accredited medical school, who have spent one year in a properly accredited hospital. The course extends over a period of eight months from October 1 to June 1, 1934, and is to be limited to not more than twelve students and to not less than five.The course is planned as a ground-work for those who wish to continue the study of dermatology with the object of specializing in that branch of medicine.The course will include lectures and discussions on the structure, biology, physiology and chemistry of the skin, pathology and pathologic technic, bacteriology and mycology, and all phases of clinical dermatology and syphilis.For full details of the course and other information address Dr. M. F. Engman, Jr., The Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital,

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