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To the Editor.—
In his contribution to the Lawrence Young Festschrift (Arch Intern Med 135:1364-1369, 1975), David E. Rogers, MD, by way of introduction, dwells nostalgically on his familiarity with the Strong Memorial Hospital. He points out that he achieved this felicitous state through the simple expedient of permitting himself to be bereft of "his tonsils, adenoids, and two medial lemnisci in the surgical suites of Strong Memorial Hospital."While it would not be difficult to picture Dr Rogers sans tonsils and adenoids, seeing him devoid of medial lemnisci would be a sight too unnerving to behold. Kneed more be said?
Trimble GX. Unnerved Physician. Arch Intern Med. 1976;136(4):494. doi:10.1001/archinte.1976.03630040096022
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