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THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF DERMATOLOGY.

MALCOLM MORRIS, F.R.C.S. Edin.
JAMA. 1897;XXIX(16):767-771. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440420001001.
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As embryology furnishes the key to the riddles of anatomy, so the history of the evolution of any branch of science throws light on many points that would otherwise be dark, explains the origin of terms and theories, rescues from oblivion truths overlooked or forgotten, and, showing the pitfalls which hindered those who have gone before, teaches us to walk more warily.

Dermatology, although its victories have perhaps been less showy than those won in some other special departments, has not lagged behind in the onward march of medicine. The centenary of the birth of scientific dermatology is not long past. In 1790 the Medical Society of London awarded the Fothergillian gold medal to Robert Willan, who had some time before submitted to it the outline of his plan for the arrangement and description of cutaneous diseases. Willan may justly be called the creator of dermatology. Before him the skin

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