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Postgraduate Course in Medical Mycology.—
The Skin and Cancer Hospital of Philadelphia, Department of Dermatology, and Temple University Health Sciences Center, Philadelphia, present a Postgraduate Course in Medical Mycology, June 10-14, 1974. It is an intensive five-day course, offered primarily for physicians and microbiologists interested in medical mycology and recent advances in this field, and is designed to emphasize the clinical aspects of the various mycoses. Also included will be an introduction to general mycology and a comprehensive review of the fungi causing diseases in man and animals (mycology, pathology, immunology, epidemiology, and therapy). All lectures will be illustrated, and cultural and histopathologic demonstrations will be presented. The material covered will be particularly useful for those preparing for specialty boards and those desiring to broaden their concepts of infectious disease processes.Lecturers will be F. Blank; C. F. Burgoon, Jr.; E. W. Chick; G. Dalldorf; H. E. Einstein; J. C.
News and Notes. Arch Dermatol. 1974;109(4):583. doi:10.1001/archderm.1974.01630040083040
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