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conclusion." These experiments are interesting. We have before referred to a similar experiment in which a quarrel took place in a clinical amphitheater, and the students were examined concerning the details some days afterward. These results lend emphasis to the necessity for careful consideration of all facts in diag¬ nosis, and the danger of placing too great dependence on any one statement by the patient which may be the crucial point of any decision.doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500340041013 fatcat:qgvtucqhq5g6jbyw5bwsuwz25i