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Ever striving to facilitate communication between writership and readership we occasionally try new means of editing. To the Board of Editors these ventures have some of the excitement of a newborn child. No one knows just how they are going to turn out, and each requires parental supervision and discipline. The readers will have to judge their ultimate value. Two such ventures are the section on Brief Pathology Case Reports edited by Michael J. Hogan, inaugurated unobtrusively several months ago, and the section on Surgical Techniques edited by Harold Scheie, making its debut in this issue. Thoughts and guide-lines on these two new sections are outlined in the following paragraphs.
Brief Pathology Case Reports
In this section emphasis will be placed on the reporting of cases which have teaching value. Most especially we are interested in cases which have presented a clinical problem in diagnosis or where a wrong diagnosis
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