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The readers of these Archives will remember the colorful report on the Stockholm Congress by Dr. Rattner (A.M.A. Arch. Dermat. 76:499 [Oct.] 1957) and his delightful snapshot illustrations (A.M.A. Arch. Dermat. 76:680-681 [Nov.] 1957).
The 100 clinical cases shown at the Congress were published by A. Lodin and H. Gentele in 1958, as an extra supplement of the Acta with excellent black and white, macroscopic and microscopic photographs. It is regrettable that the often quite animated discussion of these cases was not recorded and thus could not be published. The rest of the Proceedings has now been published in 3 handsome volumes. The first volume is slender (101 pages). It brings the description of the ceremonial events, organizational matters, entertainment, membership lists, reports of committees, a table of contents, and a good subject and author index to all 3 volumes. The volume is richly illustrated with splendid photographs of events
The Eleventh International Congress of Dermatology, Stockholm, 1957, Proceedings. Arch Dermatol. 1961;83(1):173. doi:10.1001/archderm.1961.01580070179029
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