By H. G. Wittmann (auth.), Prof. Dr. Constantin E. Orfanos, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Rudolf Stadler, Oberarzt Dr. Harald Gollnick (eds.)
The global Congress of Dermatology (Congressus Mundi Dermatologiae, CMD) is held each five years. the aim of this assembly is to study and summarize the current prestige of medical wisdom in medical dermatology and to in comparable uncomplicated examine, to debate contemporary effects and ideas between colleagues and to give a contribution to the advance ment of latest scientific and clinical examine programmes for the long run. it really is obtrusive that the lawsuits of this type of assembly, the place significant dermatological paintings from 5 continents is gifted, may be reviewed rigorously and released once possi ble. This quantity comprises the experiences of a number of countless numbers of audio system from world wide as provided through the congress or introduced 6 weeks later. The relocating forces at the back of all this have been the overseas League of Dermatology (ILDS) with its presi dent, Jean Civatte, its basic secretary, Nils Thyresson, the contributors of the administrative Committee (ICD) and the German Organizing Committee with its subcommittee for the clinical programme. moreover, the chairmen of classes, coordinators, audio system and discussants all contributed to make the seventeenth CMD in Berlin an entire suc cess.
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