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January 1936


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1936;33(1):133-135. doi:10.1001/archderm.1936.01470070132015

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To the Editor:—The scientific exhibit showed careful planning and was remarkably complete. One needed to see and study it in order to appreciate its magnitude entirely. It was arranged under the direction of Dr. E. Szántó, Budapest, Hungary, with the collaboration of Dr. F. Földváro and Dr. L. Vámos. There was a constant large attendance in the hall in which it was located, the members of the congress devoting their spare time between the papers which they were interested in hearing to a study of the exhibits. Space prohibits proper mention of each exhibit.

The dermatophytes, assembled under the direction of Dr. E. Ballagi of Budapest, were particularly well illustrated by cultures, photographs and drawings from the collections of Drs. Fred Weidman, Philadelphia; Hopkins and Benham of Columbia University, New York (the latter being concerned chiefly with Cryptococcus and Monilia); Sabouraud, Paris, France; Castellani, London, England; Neuber,

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