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Section on Internal Medicine
Representative for Program: William M. Cooper, MD, PittsburghAssistant Representative for Program: William C. Felch, MD, Rye, NYSunday, June 189 AM-12 Noon; 1:30-4:30 PM— Civic Auditorium, Room 416Course: Antibiotics in PracticeDirector: Abraham I. Braude, MD, San Diego, Calif(See JAMA, April 24, 1972, for registration fee and other details concerning courses.)Monday, June 192 PM—Del Webb Townehouse, Golden Gate RoomJoint Meeting With the Sections on Dermatology, and Family and General Practice, and Presented in Cooperation With the Division of Education and Communication of the National Program for Dermatology
Symposium on Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Disease
Moderator: Robert W. Goltz, MD, MinneapolisI—Disorders of PigmentationMelanin and Melanin SynthesisThomas B. Fitzpatrick, MD, BostonPrimary Endocrine Disorders Producing PigmentationCutaneous Aspects of Disturbed Porphyrin MetabolismJohn H. Epstein, MD, San FranciscoMiscellaneous Pigmentary DisordersHoward I. Maibach, MD, San FranciscoIntermission
AMA Annual Convention SAN FRANCISCO June 18-22, 1972. Arch Intern Med. 1972;129(4):657–659. doi:10.1001/archinte.1972.00320040133020
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