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Reminiscences of the rotunda

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The appearance of these “Reminiscences” in this Rotunda Centenary Number has a particular poignancy in that they were dictated by Dr. Tweedy in the last weeks before his death, and, unseen by him, the typescript was passed to the Editor for revision on the day he died. Elsewhere in this issue Dr. T. P. C. Kirkpatrick has paid an eloquent tribute to the man and his work. With his passing, the Dublin School of Medicine has lost its most original clinical thinker of the past two generations.Requiescat.

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Tweedy, E.H. Reminiscences of the rotunda. Ir J Med Sci 20, 74–82 (1945). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02952356

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