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Wenn man sich seit Jahren aus Anlaß unserer Fortbildungsveranstaltungen vor die Aufgabe gestellt sieht, eine Tour d’horizon dermatologique zu absolvieren, so kommt man zu der Feststellung, daß diese Aufgabe von Mal zu Mal schwieriger zu bewältigen ist. Das Fachgebiet Dermatologie und Venerologie nimmt eine so rasche Entwicklung, daß es kaum möglich ist, anders als eklektisch vorzugehen und einiges vorzutragen, was dem Referenten von praktisch-dermatologischer Bedeutung erscheint.

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