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OTOLARYNGOLOGICAL DIVISION OF THE ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM. DR. JOSEPH C. BECK.
Earlier in the evening there was exhibited here a loan set of histopathologic preparations, which was sent to me from the Army Medical Museum in Washington, D. C. I brought them here so that any one who is interested can see what can be obtained.Two years ago the otolaryngologic division of the registry was started, and since then histologic preparations to illustrate 51 histopathologic processes have been made. Twenty-five sets are available. It is expected that each set will be completed to 100 preparations in due time. Accompanying each set is an atlas showing the gross specimens and indicating just what these slides represent, and there is a written description of each preparation telling just what can be seen under the microscope.A loan set may be had through the curator of the Army Medical Museum, Major James
FRANK I, THEOBALD WH. CHICAGO LARYNGOLOGICAL AND OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Otolaryngol. 1937;25(6):706–716. doi:10.1001/archotol.1937.00650010800014
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