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The A. M. A. Archives of Otolaryngology is pleased to introduce in this issue a new feature called "Scientific Exhibits."
This feature attempts to preserve in more permanent form some of the instructive Scientific Exhibits that are presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Medical Association. Although thousands of physicians attend the Annual Meetings, viewing and studying the scientific exhibits at first hand, other thousands are unable to attend. For the first time, the latter group is now given the opportunity to see the exhibits reproduced in the pages of the various A. M. A. Specialty Journals.
While it is at present impossible to publish all the Scientific Exhibits presented at each Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, it is feasible to select a representative few for the purpose of introducing the new feature to the readers of this periodical. Should "Scientific Exhibits" be well received, it is
SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITS. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1955;61(1):132. doi:10.1001/archotol.1955.00720020145015
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