1. Opening Statement
The material included in this series of articles has been presented in part by lectures before the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. By necessity, these presentations have been limited in scope.With continuing interest in these phases of allergy, various members of the Academy desired a more complete presentation of our fundamental techniques and their clinical application. This led to the establishment of the intensive postgraduate course, beginning in 1952.The purpose of this series of articles is to present in detail the material given in these postgraduate courses.The techniques and procedures about to be described are primarily the result of interest in failure. This is of paramount importance, for advance in medicine can only come with continued interest in failure. The moment one ceases to be intrigued by the probable cause of unsatisfactory results, he will also cease to progress.
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