The Members of the Attending, Associate, and Resident Staff of the Cook County Hospital, as well as the Staff of the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, wish to dedicate the Cook County portion of the Chicago Dermatological Society Meeting to two esteemed members of our staff who have chosen to retire from active particpation in our department.
Dr. David V. Omens has been a member of the Attending Staff for the past 30 years, and Dr. Herbert Rattner has been an Attending Dermatologist for the past 18 years.
In recognition of the great contributions they have made to Cook County Hospital, we dedicate these transactions.
Samuel M. Bluefarb, M.D., Chairman
Department of Dermatology
Cook County Hospital
Karl A. Meyer, M.D.
Cook County Graduate School of Medicine
Telangiectasia, Calcinosis with Sclerotic Changes. Presented by Dr. Theodore Cornbleet, Dr. Sidney Barsky, and (by invitation) Dr.
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