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From the Editors


As we were completing the final touches on the 8th volume of The Jefferson Medicine Forum, the members of the editing staff could not help but note the vast variety of medicine we are privileged to witness daily. Textbook cases of malaria, herpes zoster ophthalmicus, and Lyme disease mixed among patients with migrating prostatic radiation seeds or reversible encephalophathy due to hypertension are the perfect example of the marvelous diversity of pathology to which we are exposed. Our residents have interests ranging from coronary heart disease to irritable bowel disease and research throughout the spectrum of internal medicine.