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—A postgraduate course in ophthalmology will be given at the Center for Continuation Study at the University of Minnesota, Jan. 16 to 21, 1939. The course is recommended primarily for ophthalmologists, but all physicians are invited to attend. Physicians residing outside the state are accepted on the same basis as those living in Minnesota. The subject matter will be presented in the form of illustrated lectures, movies, demonstrations and round table question and answer periods. Clinics will not be attempted because of the difficulty in showing patients properly to more than a few physicians at a time. The regular faculty will be augmented by the following guest speakers : Dr. William Thornwall Davis, Washington, D. C. ; Dr. Sanford Gifford, Chicago ; Dr. Harry S. Gradle, Chicago, and Dr. Albert D. Ruedemann, Cleveland.The fee for the course is $25. Further information can be obtained from Dr. William A.
News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1939;21(1):154–158. doi:10.1001/archopht.1939.00860010170015
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