Comment: Dermatology culture shocks
It is a laudable concept that doctors should conform to certain standards and shared approaches to a problem, up to a point. However, if we were all from the same clone, medical advances would grind to a halt. Debate on diagnosis and treatment is a feature of dermatological clinical meetings, and is one of the strengths of a small specialty whose proponents actually communicate with each other.
Dermatology in practice 2000; 8(3): 4–4
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