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"To sft/dy medicine without books is to sail an

uncharted sea, whilst to study medicine only from

books is not to go to sea at all, "

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Every man has to seek in his own way to make his own self more noble and to realize his
own true worth.

Albert Schweitzer




Where There Is An Open Mind,
There Will Always Be A Frontier.




Face The Sunshine And The Shadows Will
Fall Behind You.




f ^ Education Is A Social

Process . . .
% i Education Is Growth . . .
_ Education Is Plot Preparation

Education Is Life Itself,

John Dewey




First You Forget Names,
Then You Forget Faces,
Then You Forget To Full
Your Zipper Up, Then You
Forget To Full Your
Zipper Down.

Leo Rosenburg



OSTEOPATHIC OATH ■ ^M.^"'*^'^'" ^'

I do hereby affirm my loyalty to the prbfes^l^pii acKk^out to enter.

MAr^l bejmindful always of my great responsibility to preser^^^
the health arjd the life of my patients, to retain their confidence
and respect ^th as a physiciarr and a friend who will guard their
secrets with scrupuloi^iioiior and fidelity, to perform faithfully my
l^[email protected] duties, to employ o»ly .those methods of treatment
consigitant with good judgement araSb with my skill and ability^
keepiiig/in mind always nature's law^and the body's inheres
capacity for recovery.

I \yjfl|i>e ever vigilant in aiding in thi
com^il^nity, sustaining its laws and instit£
thosJI^'dSractices which will in any way brin|
upo§yrnyself or my profession. I will givCj
pur|»ses to any person, though it be askee ? ^^^

endeavor to work in accord with my colleagui^^^ spirit of
ressive cooperation, and never by word or by act^^|s^puta-
)Q!^ them of their rightful oi'actices.
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Hippocratic Oath

I swear by Apollo Physician and Asclepios and Hygeia and Pana
and all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that 1 will
fulfill according to my ability and judgment this oath and covenant:

To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents and tol
live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give]
him a share of mine, and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers!
in male lineage and to teach them this art— if they desire to learn it-
without fee and covenant; to give a share of precepts and oral instruction I
and all the other learning to my sons and the sons of him who has
instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have '
taken an oath according to the medical law, but to no one else.

I will apply dietetic measures for the benefit of the sick according to
my ability and judgment; I will keep them from harm and injustice.

I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody if asked for it, nor will I
make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly, 1 will not give to a woman an
abortive remedy. In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art.

1 will not use the knife, not even on sufferers of the stone, but will
withdraw in favor of such men as are engaged in this work.

Whatever houses I may visit, I will come for the benefit of the sick,
remaining free of all intentional injustice, of all mischief, and in particu-
lar of sexual relations with both female and male persons, be they free or
slaves.

What I may see or hear in the course of treatment or even outside the
treatment in regard to the life of men, which on no account one must
spread abroad, I will keep to myself, holding such things shameful to be
spoken about.

If I fulfill this oath and do not violate it, may it be granted to me to en-
joy life and art, being honored with fame among all men for all time to
come; if I transgress it and swear falsely, may the opposite of all this be
my lot.




ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE PAUSE AND REMEMBER
THAT YOU ARE ENTERING A PROFESSION THAT DE-
PENDS ON YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN COM-
PASSION. IF YOU FEEL YOU ARE UNABLE, FOR WHAT-
EVER REASON, TO LEND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT TO
HUMAN BEINGS THEN TURN AROUND AND GO AWAY.

—Norman Cousins





In Memory Of

WILLIAM H. DICKERSON, D.O.



REMEMBRANCE OF A PHYSICIAN'S PHYSICIAN

Renaissance physicians are few in number and fewer in quality. They are
described as individuals who treat holistically. The astute physician is an
observer who earns respect from his colleagues and peers. Goethe's maxim
quoted from Bates Physical Diagnosis states: "What one knows, one sees."
The intuition of a physician to apply his knowledge to generate a differential
diagnosis, is an admired characteristic. We are indebted to physicians who
consistently dedicate themselves for the betterment of their patients, their
families and mankind. Dr. William H. Dickerson has demonstrated these
qualities.

We are also indebted to this physician/teacher who had been a leader in
teaching students, housestaff and professional colleagues. He has demonstrat-
ed insight and foresight into the sundry of medical and ethical issues in
today's health care. He has enriched our knowledge base, to allow us to
achieve our individual aptitude and can be considered a "physician's physi-
cian".

We say goodbye to a husband, father, teacher, professional colleague and
friend.

Anonymous




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Anatomy Of A Lecture




1 minute: class chants "Howard, Howard" as the microphone emits




annoying squeaks




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penders as he silences the microphone




5 minutes: trying to get comfortable in the infamous second year


Quotable Quotes


classroom seats




5 minutes: trying to find a pen that works (where were all those


"Don't let the sun go down on an abscess."


drug reps back then)


Dr. Wisely




"Better halitosis than no breath at all."


5 minutes: waiting for the slide projector to:


Dr. Simelaro


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"When I have my MI, all I want is my poster of Kevin Costner on


b. produce a slide that's not upside down


the wall, my Vogue magazine, and my mud mask."


c. become unjammed


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d. all of the above


"Sorry I'm late, I owe you 10 minutes"




Dr. Fernandez


5 minutes: waiting for the lecturer to figure out how to use the


"You must have COMPASSION."


focus button


Dr. FHegelman




"Notetakers, Notetakers ... you getting all of this."


7 minutes: spent actually listening to the lecturer (3 of those 7


Dr. James


minutes are spent actually understanding the lecturer)


"Maybe you'd like to sing us a song."




Dr. Meals


3 minutes: Interruption by the students who arrive late and have to


"Learn not to be pill pushers."


sit in the front


Dr. DeBias




"Life, this isn't life. You know what life is, it's my two year old.


2 minutes: interruption by attendance taker


That's life."




Dr. Kanoff


4 minutes: nodding off with variations of the head bob


"Miss Flack."




Dr. Meals


7 minutes: deep rem sleep; snoring is optional


"My whole hockey team was allergic to CATS, and once I found




that out, we went on to the National Championship!"


4 minutes: wondering if lecturer is going to;


Dr. Carroll


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"Better dysparunia than no parunia at all."


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4 minutes: realizing that lecturer has gone way overtime and




deciding whether to:




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question at the end of every lecture



THE LAST TO EXPERIENCE
THE LEGEND . . .
DR. V.T. CIPOLLA



You don't KNOW anything. But I know, believe me. I
know who knows and who doesn't know in this world, and
you ain't one of them.

If the Japanese can teach monkeys to swim, we'll teach
you anatomy somehow.

Quiet! Your brains are rattling, boy.

My class had twenty students thrown out, 1 should have
gone with them.

You folks don't study. Y'ou want to go out at night and
spend money and lose your puritanical principles.

As a physician, if you never do an intelligent thing, you
will see the final end product of disease.

All decaying societies have two things on their minds-
Health and Sex.

Nothing you do as a human being is ever perfect, quite
unlike the graceful Canadian goose. Everything you do is a
complete compromise.

Freud's psychiatrist once said, "Freud, your depression
is in your testicles," and that was the beginning of that
business.

You can't get very far if you're an amateurish confuser;
if you're a world class confuser, then you're in business.

You know, 1 wonder about those of you that don't show^
up. 1 see them in the hallway, I look them right in the eye
and 1 know they're not connected tightly.

Now, have you got the whole idea about ALL this
business?





Teacher of the year.




Rob and I'aniilv at Mennaid Lake,



Things We'll Never Forget

The Banana Incident

Radiology

Assigned Seats

Mandatory Attendance

October Of Our Second Year

Our Dermatology Final

H § P's

Night Call

Our First Day Of Rotations

Our First Gyn Exam

National Boards

V. T. Cipolla

Our Anatomy Lab Groups





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stunt.




Your friend is your needs answered.

He is your field vvhicii you sow witli love and reap with thanksgiving.

.And he is your board and your fireside.

For you come to him with your hunger, and you seek him for peace.

When your friend speaks his mind you fear not the 'nay' in your own mind, nor do you

withhold the 'ay'.
And when he is silent your heart ceases not to listen to his heart;
For without words, in friendship, all thoughts, all desires, all expectations are born and

shared, with joy that is unacclaimed.
When you part from your friend, you grieve not;
For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to

the climber is clearer from the plain.
And let there be no purpose in friendship save the deepening of the spirit.
For love that seeks aught but the disclosure of its own mystery is not love but a net cast

forth: and only the unprofitable is caught.

And let your best be for your friend.

If he must know the ebb of your tide, let him know its flood also.

For what is your friend that you should seek him with hours to kill?

Seek him always with hours to live.

For it is his to fill your need, but not your emptiness.

And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures.

For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed.



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Oh The Comfort, The Inexpressible
Comfort Of Feeling Safe With A Person,
Having Neither To Weigh Thoughts Nor
Measure Words, But Pouring Them All
Right Out, Just As They Are— Chaff And
Grain Together — Certain That A Faithful
Hand Will Take And Sift Them, Keep
What Is Worth Keeping, And With The
Breath Of Kindness Blow The Rest Away.

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THE CLINICAL YEARS

The Clinical Years The Clinical Years The Clinical Years The Clinical Years The Clinical Years The Clinical Years The Clinicj





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ANATHDMY ®F A WHITE COAT



Pens — 7 of them if you're a
third year

2 if you're a fourth year,
(one for yourself and one
for your attending.)

Index cards — filled with vital
information about your pa-
tients which your intern found
out days before you did.



Laminated Card — from drug
rep filled with "important"
formulas which you are still
waiting to use.



Spiral Bound Pocket Man-
ual — one for the conscien-
tious student, two or more if
you're really compulsive.




Stethescope — all that money
and still no murmurs.



Antimicrobial Handbook —

courtesy of drug rep which proba-
bly would come in handy if it
took less than 20 minutes to use.



Unfinished H & P

Opthalmascope — unused instru-
ment that often serves as a pen-
light in a pinch.



Reflex Hammer — used to enter-
tain yourself when rounds get a
little long.



"Helpful Hints" From A Clinician's Pocket Reference

-Know your patient.

-You may write "rectal per resident" . . .

-Remember to pull the curtain.

-You will occasionally meet a staff member who is having a bad day.

-Open disputes among house staff and students are bad form on attending rounds.

-At the bedside keep both feet on the floor.

-Avoid the temptation to sit down with the Index Medicus.

-Do not ask a nurse.

-"A.D.C. VAN DISSEL"

-The attending physician is also called simply "The Attending," and on nonsurgical services, "the attending."

-There is no sin in leaving at 5:00 P.M. or earlier . . .

-Although the origin of the word "scut" is obscure, it probably represents an acronym for "some common unfinished task.'

-The clinical years may seem like a badly written episode of mission impossible.

-Why memorize?

-On some services you may feel like a glorified unit secretary.

-Glove hands before proceeding.



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Joe Casee

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Hon. J. Sydney Hoffman

Chairman
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J. Peter Tilley, D.O.

President

OMCP




Shanker H. Vyas, Ph.D.

Director

Library Sciences



Tage Kvist, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean for

Basic Sciences



Henry Tomi<iewicz

Assistant Director

Student Affairs




Daniel L. Wisely, D.O.
Dean



Hale Peffall Jr.
Executive Director
Alumni Relations




Kenneth D. Veit, D.O.

Director

Medical Education




John D. Angeloni, D.O.

Professor and Chairman

Family Medicine



John W. Becher Jr., D.O.

Professor and Chairman

Emergency Medicine




Patrick Becher, D.O.

Associate Professor

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Laurence Belicoff, D.O.

Assistant Professor

Surgery



John V. Bellis, D.O.

Associate Professor

Anesthesiology



Carol Bortner, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Microbiology



FACULTY




David Bevan, D.O.


Michael Broder, D.O.


Bruno Bromke, Ph.D


Professor


Assistant Professor


Associate Professor


Internal Medicine


Internal Medicine


Microbiology





John Bruno, D.O.

Assistant Professor

Pediatrics



Oliver Bullock, D.O.

Assistant Professor

Family Medicine



Nicholas Burdash, D.O.

Professor and Chairman

Microbiology




Lynn T. Callahan, Ph.D

Associate Professor

Microbiology




Allan Carr, D.O.

Assistant Professor

Anesthesiology



Edmund Carrol, D.O.

Professor

Internal Medicine



Patrick M. Coughlin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Anatomy



Albert F. D'Alonzo, D.O.
Clinical Professor
Internal Medicine




Zenia Chernyk, D.O.
Assistant Professor
Internal Medicine




Henry D'Alonzo, D.O.

Clinical Professor

Surgery




Domenic DeBias, Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman
Physiology/Pharmacology




Paul DeJoseph, D.O,

Assistant Professor

Familv Medicine



Richard Donnard, D.O.

Associate Professor

Family Medicine



Walter Ehrenfeuchter, D.O.

Associate Professor

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine




Katherine England, D.O.

Associate Professor
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine



Stephen Fedec, D.O.

Professor

Familv Medicine



John J. Fernandes, D.O.

Professor and Chairman

Pathology




Leonard Finkelstein, D.O
Professor
Surgery





Herbert Fletman, D.O.

Clinical Professor

Dermatology



Emanuel Fliegelman, D.O.
Professor
OB/GYN




Conrad Fraider, D.O.

Associate Professor

Surgery







M.H.F. Friedman, Ph.D.

Visiting Professor
Physiology/Pharmacology




William Gilhool, D.O.

Professor

Internal Medicine



Carl Giombetti, D.O.

Professor and Chairman


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