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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The subject of this Mcguire Lecture series, the skin, is a relatively enormous organ vulnerable to an enormous variety of external and internal insults. Its total visibility is both a blessing and a curse. Its very size and the protean nature of its disorders may paradoxically make it easy to ignore; it may so overwhelm the neophyte that he is discouraged from the proper training of his retina.
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