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Interesting Items from the Field

London, England

It was very interesting to read a statement by Dr. Geoffrey Evans, consulting physician at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, at a meeting organized by the Royal Society of Medicine and the British Medical Association. Speaking of changing fashions in medicine, he is reported in the Manchester Guardian to have said that the phase for the removal of tonsils had been a long one. He referred to a situation in one county where, he said, two hundred cases were waiting for the removal of tonsils. The report continued, "Then polio came, and when it disappeared, the county authority called up the two hundred who were waiting but found that only thirty wanted tonsils out."

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