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MEDIC 1976 



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MEDIC 1976 



THE HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL 

YEARBOOK 



EDITORS 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

ASSISTANT EDITOR 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
STAFF 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



ARTWORK 



WILLIAM M. SHAPIRO 
LARRY A. WOLK 
TOBY J. BRISKIN 
OLIVIA T. DI MAGGIO 
DAVID T. ESTROFF 
RICHARD ADLER 
DEBORAH K. McCURDY 
NEIL S. MOGIL 
GARY F. SCHELL 
RONALD J. WEBER 
STEVEN BLOCK 
ARNOLD ELLIS 
ROSE FITCHETT 
KENNETH HARM 
ARNOLD J. SOLOF 
MELVIN C. WHITE 
JOHN P. SLOVAK 
LARRY H. GOLDBERG 



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PRESIDENT SHOBER ON 

HAHNEMANN AND THE HEALTH DELIVERY SYSTEM 



Your graduation comes at a very signifi- 
cant time — our Bicentennial Year. This 
country has seen enormous strides in 
health care, many of them originating here 
in Philadelphia, but I believe you will see 
more changes in your lifetime than have 
been seen during all of our two hundred 
years. 

The accelerating rate of new knowledge 
and change will require all of you to main- 
tain your evident desire and ability to 
learn. Whether you choose clinical prac- 
tice, teaching or research you will have to 
continue your established pattern of study- 
ing and learning to keep up with these 
changes. The one attribute that exemplifies 
the medical profession is their dissatisfac- 
tion with the dogma of today. 

Hahnemann has recognized this need to 
change and adjust by our flexible curricu- 
lum program, by our cooperative medical 
education programs to help train family 
physicians for practice in rural areas of our 
state (the Pennsylvania Plan), by our new 
replacement Hospital and by many other 
activities. We hope these examples of 
building on the good and, concurrently, 
trying new methods to improve the deliv- 
ery of health care, will carry through to your own performance 
speed. 




in your chosen field. Good luck to each of you and God 



Wharton Shober 
President and Chief Executive Officer 



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DEAN DiPALMA ON 

THE ECONOMIC CRISIS IN MEDICINE 



In past years this final message to you as 
you embark upon your careers has covered 
such topics as medical ethics, continuing ed- 
ucation and making the most of your poten- 
tials. This year I have some words on some 
curious anomolies of medical economics. 

Quite a few years ago it was generally 
agreed that one did not go into medicine 
to make money. It was universally true that 
while most doctors eventually made a com- 
fortable living few attained the degree of 
wealth possible in business and industry. 
The physician worked hard for what money 
he did make — an 80 to 90 hour work week 
was customary. Indeed he was required to 
spend many working hours doing free work 
in public clinics and other charitable ven- 
tures. Interns and residents were not paid 
and after post graduate training it usually 
took 10 years to begin to make a decent liv- 
ing. Despite these disadvantages most doc- 
tors were happy with their choice of a pro- 
fession. 

Today a net income of $100,000 annually or 
more, is more frequent than not for the fam- 
ily practitioner. He makes few or no house 
calls and rarely works more than 50 hours a 
week. He is the envy of engineers, lawyers, 
physicists and even business men and in- 
dustrialists. 

The main reason for this medical economic 
advantage is the great expansion of medical 
services created by medicare and third party 
financing in the face of a physician shortage. 
As long as the billions spent for medical care 
increase faster than the number of new 
physicians entering practice this favorable 
situation will continue. 

Certainly the present graduating class will 
enjoy this economic advantage. However,- it 
will not last forever. An anxious public is 
looking with a jaundiced eye at soaring med- 
ical costs. The income of the physician will be brought more in line with other professions especially as the relative 
shortage decreases. 

As physicians I envisage for you the practice of your profession as an intellectual adventure far surpassing mere 
monetary gain. Despite the materialism of our age, medicine still remains as a hallmark of scholarship. This by no 
means restricted to medical science, but also to the societal and human problems of our complex environment. There 
is no greater elevation of the spirit than the satisfaction of having made some advancement, however small, which 
adds to the greater body of knowledge. This is a gem worth seeking rather than the gold dust which buys only tinsel. 

Then, I wish all of you professional success — the satisfaction of serving your fellow man. If this brings you 
economic gain that's wonderful, but remember that it should not be your prime objective. 




With all good wishes. 



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Joseph R. DiPalma, M.D. 
Vice President and Dean 



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DEAN BENNETT ON 

A CAREER IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE 




I have been asked by your Yearbook edi- 
tors to present to the Gass of 1976 the virtues 
and rewards of a career in Academic 
Medicine. I suppose one could commence by 
indicating the advantages of facilities, 
prestige, and the stimulus of colleagues. 
Medicine and its practice has its own reward 
which must be included in the list. 

Academic Medicine is going to be differ- 
ent to each one entering the field depending 
upon his own needs, desires, and talents. 
Permit me rather than the routine approach 
to say what Academic Medicine means to 
me. 

To me there is only one aspect of Aca- 
demic Medicine that is not attainable, ac- 
cording to each need, in any other field. That 
one aspect is students. All other aspects of 
Medicine are available in any other career. 
The researcher can find research in research 
institutes, in college programs, and in indus- 
try. Service to patients and to humanity can 
be carried out perhaps even better in the 
health care clinics, the rural medicine pro- 
grams, and public health service corps. Only 
in Academic Medicine does one find stu- 
dents and most specifically for me the medi- 
cal student. The medical student is unique; a 
highly individual, driving, independent, 
and yet uniquely compliant person. Rarely 
will one find an environment in which 
teacher can feel as needed and be as proud of 
the product as in the schools of medicine. In 
almost no other teaching career can one find 
a student as naive in the disciplines as a 
freshman nor a person as trained and knowl- 
edgeable as the senior student. 

Nothing is permanent in life except 
perhaps your own memories. The career in 
Academic Medicine offers you the memories 
and the sharing of the lives of a group of 
highly talented and worthwhile individuals. 
Your privilege to share and perhaps in some small way help mold these lives. 

Who should go into Academic Medicine? Everyone should consider it as it can fit the needs of all individuals. 
However, a special plea is entered for the consideration of those who love people and who want to aid in their 
development. Most medical students are taught by a mere handful of faculty. All of whom, I am sure, you will 
remember the rest of your lives. This to me is the worthwhile award of Academic Medicine. 




Hugh D. Bennett, M.D. 
Dean of Students, Professor of Medicine 



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THE HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA 



TWO-THIRTY NORTH BROAD STREET 



PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19102 



November 19, 1971 



Mr. William M. Shapiro 
6025 N. 13th Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19141 

Dear Mr. Shapiro: 

It is with a great deal of pleasure that I inform you that oar Admissions 
Committee has accepted your application for admission to the Freshman 
Class for the academic year 1972-73. 

In order to reserve your place in the Freshman Class, we must receive 
within the next fifteen days, a letter indicating your acceptance of this 
position and a deposit of $100. The deposit will be applied to your 
tuition at the time of registration, and it is refundable up until March 1, 
1972, in the event that you should decide to withdraw your application. 

You are also requested to submit the enclosed physical examination 
report within the same period of time should you decide to accept this 
offer. 

Please permit me to congratulate you on successfully competing with 
a very large number of worthy candidates. We look forward to 
welcoming you into our student body. 



Sincerely, 




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ANATOMY 





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JOHN VAN DYKE, Ph.D. 




Above all, never give a "yes or no" answer. 



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W. LAUD-HAMMOND, M.D. 




GARL RIEKE, Ph.D. 




DENNIS DePACE, Ph.D. 



KATHRYN FUSCALDO, Ph.D. 



PATRICK BANKSTON, Ph.D. 




Hello, Izzy, give me a quick explanation of the sec- 
retor gene. 



No, I don't play quarterback for the New York Jets. 





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BIOCHEMISTRY 







JAMES K. ALEXANDER, Ph.D. 



THOMAS CONOVER, Ph.D. 



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I can hardly control my enthusiasm. 



They went thataway. 



THOMAS M. DEVLIN, Ph.D. 



GERT M. JACOBSOHN, Ph.D. 




JOHN CH'IH, Ph.D. 



CAROL ANGSTADT, Ph.D. 



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JAMES BAGGOTT, Ph.D. 

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But I ordered tan boots. How about a black sphere this year, Fred? 



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PHYSIOLOGY 




EVANGELOS T. ANGELAKOS, M.D., Ph.D. 



JOHN C. SCOTT, Ph.D. 



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ANNE M. 

AMBROMOVAGE, 

Ph. D. 





CHARLES A. SNIPES, Ph.D. 



JOSEPH C. TORRES, Ph.D. 





ROSELYN WIENER, Ph.D. 

Fine weather we're having today; I feel a thyroid storm 

coming on. 




JOSEPH PONESSA, 
Ph.D. 



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EMERSON REED, 
Ph.D. 




MADHU KALIA, M.D. 



ROBERT J. ALTEVEER, Ph.D. 




MlL.KUmUL.ULr Y 




AMADEO BONDI, Jr., Ph.D. 
RICHARD L. CROWELL, Ph.D. 







RICHARD R. GUTEKUNST, Ph.D. 



ALBERT G. MOAT, Ph.D. 








mAKlVlAUUL.ULr Y 








WARREN CHERNICK, D.Sc. 



ALEXANDER GERO, Ph.D. 



ANDREW FERKO, Ph.D. 



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RICHARD G. SAMPLE, Ph.D. 



EDWARD L. CIACCIO, Ph.D. 



BENJAMIN CALESNICK, M.D. 
JOHN G. DiGREGORIO, Ph.D. 




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JOSEPH IMBRIGLIA, M.D., D.Sc. 





SUK CHUL CHANG, M.D. 

Have slides will travel. 




PATHOLOGY 



ELEANOR GRIFFTH, M.D. 



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PETER GRUENWALD, M.D. 





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E. KARL KOIWAI, M.D. 



It's not easy to talk with your mouth shut. 




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SHEILA KATZ, M.D. 



WILLIAM KASHATUS, M.D. . . . How can I give a lec- 
ture, the Xerox machine is broke? 




JUSTIN PARR, M.D. . . . With visions of mic- 
roglia rushing to the rescue. 



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MELVIN A. BENARDE, Ph.D. 




MEDICAL PROBLEMS 




Where have all the students gone? 



This is the way to spend Tuesday morning! 




Florence Nightingale was a prude. 



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HUMAN BEHAVIOR 





PAUL J. FINK, M.D. 



HERMAN S. BELMONT, M.D. 




RICHARD E. HICKS, M.D. 



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EDWARD F. FOULKES, M.D. 




Harry Harlow is full of baloney! 



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The Alumni Welcome Us . . . 







Ladies, would you please stop squirting the grapefruit. 





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Rhonda Lappen congratulates Dr. Fink. 



The Neuroanatomy Blues 

The Core I Show 




'I've been working on my body." 




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EVERY 
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KRISHAN BHARADWAJA, 
M.D. 



MEDICINE 




What are the eighteen causes of 
splinter hemorrhages? 




WILBUR W. OAKS, M.D. 





DAVID A. MAJOR, M.D. 
EUGENE L. COODLEY, M.D. 





LEE HERTZ, M.D. 
PETER SIGMANN, M.D. 



W. GEOFFREY LEFFERTS, M.D. 
STANLEY SPITZER, M.D. 















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What the heck IS the eighteenth cause of splinter 

hemorrhages? 





DANIEL MASON, M.D. 



It's tough to think of questions for Medical Grand Rounds 



SHELDON R. BENDER, M.D. 




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ROBERT BOWER, M.D. 



TERUO MATSUMOTO, M.D. 




DEMETRIUS S. SARIS, M.D. 




CHARLES C. WOLFERTH, Jr., M.D. 









SAUL WEINSTEIN, M.D. 



MORTON H. PERLMAN, M.D. 



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THOMAS GAIN, M.D. 



ALEXANDER E. PEARCE, M.D. 




JOHN B. WEBBER, M.D. 



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ALBERTO ADAM, M.D. 
JAMES O. FINNEGAN, M.D. 






CONSTANTINOS PAVLIDES, M.D. 











PAUL GONICK, M.D. 




AXEL K. OLSEN, M.D. 



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Which way to the ENT clinic? 







GORDON P. HOLT, M.D. 



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GUMERSINDO BLANCO, M.D. 



WILLIAM WEISS, D.D.S. 







OM P. KHANNA, M.D. 



ALEXANDER W. ULIN, M.D 



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SETH M. FISHER, M.D. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 






BRUCE LEVY, M.D. 



HENRY L. PRICE, M.D. . . . I'm in anesthesia — wanna make 
Aw, shucks! something of it? 




OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 




HOWARD BALIN, M.D. 
S. OH, M.D. 



ARVIND N. SARAF, M.D. 
BRUCE V. MacFADYAN, M.D. 



It's PID until proven 
otherwise. 




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FRANCES C. SCHAEFFER, M.D. 
I'll meet you at Jefferson. 

GEORGE A. KYRIAZIS, M.D. 




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SEYMOUR STEIN, M.D. 
S. MUCKERJEE, M.D. 





PSYCHIATRY 




ISRAEL ZWERLING, M.D. 



ERNEST M.G. KUHINKA, Ph.D. 





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GERALD MELCHIODE, M.D. 







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ROBERT J. NATHAN, M.D. 
JOHN FRANK, M.D. 




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PEDIATRICS 



THOMAS McNAIR SCOTT, M.D. 




ROBERT KAYE, M.D. 





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MILTON GRAUB, M.D 



SYDNEY WALDMAN, M.D. 



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BONITA FALKNER, M.D. 



J. MARTIN KAPLAN, M.D. 



JUDY PALMER, M.D. 




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ARTHUR LIPSCHUTZ, M.D. 




This kid must have an allergy somewhere. 



THOMAS MOSHANG, M.D. 




VERONIKA M. FOLDES, M.D. 



HARBHAJAN CHAWLA, M.D. 



DOUGLAS S. HOLSCLAW, M.D. 



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That's Holsclaw, not coleslaw! 




GRETA ISKANDRIAN, M.D. 



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IAN S.E. GIBBONS, M.D. 




And that's what keeps you from pooping in your pants. 











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ESHAGH ESHAGHPOUR, M.D. 



PETER VANACE, M.D. 



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CHRISTO HABBOUSHE, M.D. 



MICHAEL MITCHELL, M.D. 



Here we have a typical case of failure to 

thrive. 



Are you a genie? 



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HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY 



S. BENHAM KAHN, M.D. 
ISADORE BRODSKY, M.D. 





JAMES F. CONROY, D.O. 




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CARDIOLOGY 



BERNARD L. SEGAL, 

M.D. These men took 6 

weeks of my service and 

survived. 





WILLIAM LIKOFF, M.D. 



RONALD S. PENNOCK, M.D. 




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GARY J. ANDERSON, M.D. 



DAVID LAWS, M.D. 




JOHN S. OWENS, M.D. 



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STUART SNYDER, M.D. 



CHARLES E. BEMIS, M.D. 



DAVID NAIDE, M.D. 



PETER G. LAVINE, M.D. 





PULMONARY 



ROBERT JOHNSTON, M.D. 



PAUL SOLNICK, M.D. 





So the salesman says to the farmer's daughter 
LEON KAUFFMAN, M.D. 



I still say it should be Solnick-Kauffman. 
THEODORE OSLICK, M.D. 




RUSSELL GRIESBACK, D.O. 



LEON CUDKOWICZ, M.D. 





Off to La Paz. 



JAMES P. SHINNICK, D.O. 



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RHEUMATOLOGY 

VINCENT ZARRO, M.D., Ph.D. 



RODANTHI KITRIDOU, M.D. 





THOMAS D. BEARDMORE, M.D. 



That's an interesting joint you have there. 




Oh, if only Rodanthi were here. 



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NEPHROLOGY 




Charles Swartz M. D. 
Michael Fernandes M. D. 

Kwan Kim M.D. 
Patricia Lyons M.D. 

Gaddo Onesti M.D. 




PATRICIA J. LYONS, M.D. 



MICHAEL V. FERNANDES, M.D. 




JOEL L. CHINITZ, M.D. 



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KWAN EUN KIM, M.D. 





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NEUROLOGY 





ELLIOTT L. MANCALL, M.D. 



ARNOLD C. WINKELMAN, M.D. 



JULIO KUPERMAN, M.D. 



M. SWAMI, M.D. 





GASTROENTEROLOGY 




ENDOCRINOLOGY 




NORMAN SCHNEEBERG, M.D. 



ALLAN LEWIS, M.D. 



LEONARD KRYSTON, 
M.D. 



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LESLIE I. ROSE, M.D. 

Worst case of hirsutism I ever saw. 



ROBERT L. LAVINE, M.D. 



GEORGINA FALUDI-SIEGLER, M.D. 




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GERALD MELCHIODE, M.D. 




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"THIS WAS CORE III" 






On February 7, 1975, the Class of 1976 pre- 
sented "This Was Core III," a musical review 
of the junior year. The targets included the 
Core III lectures, Medical Grand Rounds, and 
the field of surgery. The house was packed, but 
then again, the show wasn't covered by the 
Notetaking Service. 



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TOP RIGHT: The cast expresses 
ambivalence toward the matching 
program. MIDDLE RIGHT: In "The 
Symposium," a typical Core III lec- 
ture was given. One point became 
obvious: If you wanted to learn 
something, you had to go home 
and read about it. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Olivia DiMaggio, with 
some help from her friends, proc- 
laims her secret love in "You Made 
Me Love You." OPPOSITE PAGE: 
"Annie, Get Your Knife," was the 
touching story of a small town girl 
forced to choose between a career 
in surgery and the man she loves. 
Janet Blanchard stole the skit, but 
the most unforgettable moment 
was the duet of Larry Wolk and 
Scott Hoffer singing "There's No 
Business Like Surgery." 



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OPPOSITE PAGE: A well-known 
seer relates his prophecies on 
"Medical Grand Rounds." Later, 
the faculty demonstrates the team 
approach to medicine. TOP: 
Marsha Wallace and Company sing 
"Nothing's So Essential As A Basic 
Differential Diagnosis." MIDDLE, 
BOTTOM: The show concluded 
with a stirring rendition of the 
non-existent school song. 




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After the show had ended, Paul Gross pre- 
sented the Core III teaching awards. The reci- 
pients were Dr. S. Benham Kahn (middle left), 
Dr. Harris Clearfield (top right), and Dr. Elliott 
Mancall (middle right). Pictured below is the 
cast of "This was Core III," the people who 
worked so hard to make this a truly memorable 
evening. 




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Never before at Hahnemann 
Have so many, owed so much 
To so few. 



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The Concert 




Classical music also 
flourished during the junior 
year. On December 14, 1974, 
there was a recital featuring 
William Shapiro (piano), 
Larry Nagle (clarinet), and 
Arthur Stokes (baritone). 





If this lecture doesn't get any better, I'm gonna bolt. 



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The Air Force, Lord? 





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I can't take him anywhere. 




Just think of me as one of the boys. 



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Notice how my fingers never leave my hands. 




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The Mount Rushmore of Hahnemann. 



These can't be my grades. 



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DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 




MARVIN E. HASKIN, M.D. 



J. GEORGE TEPLICK, M.D. 





MARILYN J. PAIS, M.D. 



PATRICIA BORNS, M.D. 



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MORRISON E. KRICUN, M.D. 





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CARLOS F. GONZALEZ, M.D. 



STEVEN OMINSKY, M.D. 




FAMILY MEDICINE 




DERMATOLOGY 




RONALD SHORE, M.D. 




LESLIE NICHOLAS, M.D. 





RAUL FLEISCHMAJER, M.D. 



DONALD J. PIROZZI, M.D. 




INFECTIOUS DISEASE and IMMUNOLOGY 




RADIATION THERAPY and NUCLEAR MEDICINE 




JOHN ANTONIADES, M.D. 



LUTHER W. BRADY, M.D. 




P. SRIPRAYOON, M.D. 



JOHN R. GLASSBURN, M.D. 







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ROBERT J. WALLNER, D.O. 





MILLARD N. CROLL, M.D. 



SUCHA ASBELL, M.D. 







YEARBOOK STAFF 






Y'know Bill, any day now we ought to get started on the yearbook. 




Larry, I can't'help but feeling that somebody's missing. 




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CLASS OF 1979 



Joseph A. Abate 
Richard F. Adams 
Barbara J. Addison 
Joseph P. Araiza 
Sandra L. Argenio 
Anthony J. Aversa 
Kenneth M. Bahrt 
Edna L. Barnes 
Gary R. Batok 
Rosanne C. Bernitsky 
Gerald Bertiger 
Lee T. Besen 
David Binder 
John J. Bobin 
Carl P. Bontempo 
Gregory D. Borowski 
Kenneth B. Bortin 
Dominic A. Brandy 
Mark E. Braun 
Cecil H. Broadnax, Jr. 
Arlene J. Brown 
Gerald V. Burke 
Carlton W. Busko 
Charles A. Capasso 



Dean P. Carpousis 

Mark P. Caruso 

Ira N. Chaiffetz 

Michael W. Chisdak 

Gwennelle B. Clark 

Martin A. Cohen 

Robert Comer 

Holly C. Corn 

Morrow C. Corvasce 

Carl H. Critz 

Paul A. Curits 

Ellen E. Dailey 

Mary E. De-Francisco-Pagnanelli 

John D. Del Rowe 

Frederick J. Denstman 

Stephen A. Derrer 

Felix J. Desio 

Gerald L. De Vaughn 

Neil C. Dick 

Deborah L. Doherty 

Gregg C. Donaldson 

Maria D. Dones-Hernandes 

Sharon L. Doughtie 

Norman A. Dubissette 



120 




Barbara Dudzinski 
John H. Ellis, IV 
Eileen Engle 
Dennis G. Ertel 
James A. Espinosa 
David J. Falco 
J. Thalia Farnol 
Rudolph S. Fellin 
Joy L. Fickes 
Henry A. Finn, Jr. 
Daniel J. Fitzgerald 
Stanley O. Forman 
Leonard E. Forrest 
James E. Foster 
Robert M. Fox 
Michael W. Fries 
Richard J. Fruncillo 
Jules M. Geltzeiler 
William J. Gibbons 
Sharman E. Gingrich 
Thomas E. Goffman 
Steven E. Goldberg 
Neil S. Goldstein 
Barry M. Gordon 
Daniel M. Gordon 
Tony A. Gore 
Charles E. Granatir 
Don M. Greenbaum 



Robert N. Greenberg 
Ronald E. Greenberg 
Stewart B. Greenberg 
Joseph F. Hacker, III 
Mark E. Hahn 
Charles F. Hales 
John L. Happel 
Alan B. Haratz 
Joy G. Harrison 
Mary F. Hasner 
Randy W. Hawkins 
Thomas J. Hayes 
Percy C. Helem 
Albert W. Hill 
Robert G. Hopkins 
Vera G. Howland 
Robert H. Hoyt 
Toby B. Husserl 
Judith Jay 
Miers C. Johnson 
David F. Kamsler 
Kenneth A. Kaplove 
Jonathan E. Keough 
Mark S. Kipnes 
M. Matthew Klionsky 
Ronald J. Konecke 
Neil Korsen 
Herbert L. Kunkle, Jr. 



121 



Harris K. Lampert 
Edward B. Lee 
Janet S. Levick 
Ira H. Lieber 
Michael R. Lincourt 
Marsha L. London 
Roger L. Longenderfer 
Patricia J. Loudis 
Thomas P. Loughran, Jr. 
Geoffrey L. Lucas 
Robert W. Lufkin 
Dorothy A. Lyons 
Dicy O. Makins 
Thomas F. Mangan 
Fredric A. Marks 
Paul J. McCausland 
Edward R. McDevitt 
Nancy L. Mest 
James M. Moretti 
Patricia A. Morris 
Michael Morrison 
David C. Morton 
John C. Moser 
Lee B. Moskowitz 
Shirley Neal-Dasent 
William C. Nelson 
Judith C. Orloff 
Gary L. Painter 
Robert B. Patterson 
James L. Perruquet 
Thomas G. Phillips 
Donald S. Prior 
Ana L. Pujols-McKee 
Richard F. Radocha 
David H. Ratcliff 
Marie C. Rigaud 
Kurt G. Rodney 
William M. Ross 
Morris M. Rothkopf 
Paula M. Rothkopf 





Frank E. Schiavone 
Thomas C. Schwab 
Joseph A. Scoblick 
John W. Seedor 
Chester H. Sharps 
Nancy M. Sherwin 
Glenn M. Short 
Lawrence M. Sigman 
Paul A. Silver 
Milton E. Skelly 
Dirk E. Skinner 
Gary M. Smith 
Sam J. Solomon 
David A. Sorber 
David Roy Staskin 
Richard R. Stout 
Jean B. Stretton 
Edwin L. Stroup 
Benjamin R. Tapper 
James A. Thomas 
Raymond R. Townsend 
Thomas M. Trotsky 
Stephen C. Updegrove 
Robert L. Vender 
Richard A. Vitti 
Jan J. Volin 
Joseph O. Walters 
Jeffrey D. Way 
David J. Weinreich 
Larry D. Weiss 
Richard C. Weiss 
Kristene E. Whitmore 
Emily U. Wilczura 
Donald J. Wilfong, Jr. 
William C. Wilson 
Edward G. Wyshock 
Athony T. Zaldonis 
Daryl N. Zeigler 
Allan Zubkin 



122 




CLASS OF 1978 



Linda S. Alexander 
John R. Azain 
Kathleen S. Barnhart 
Fredric M. Barr 
Robert L. Blanco 
Edward G. Boyer 
Stuart T. Breisch 
Richard V. Brown 
Bruce A. Bush 
Bonnie L. Camo 
James D. Cantoni 
Robert A. Capalbo 
Martin D. Caplan 
Michael L. Carter 
Alfred R. Catenacci 
Yanick H. Chaumin 
Ronald P. Ciccone 
Samuel J. Cipoletti, Jr. 
Raymond E. Cogen 
Lawrence B. Cohen 
Mariam C. Cohen 
Jance L. Coleman 
Wesley Collier 
Marsha D. Cooper 
Ellen M. Cosgrove 
Charles G. Cox 
Joseph P. Coyle 
Jeanne A. Cullinan 
Edward T. David, III 
Alan B. Dench 
Donald F. Denny 



Richard K. DeVeaux 
Richard K. DiConcetto 
G. John DiGregorio 
Harry F. Dilcher 
David J. Dunch 
Franklin J. Dzida 
Donald S. Edelschick 
Jeffrey N. Ehrlich 
Richard L. Eichel 
William J. Eyerly 
Jeffrey C. Fahl 
Ernest L. Fair, Jr. 
Michael M. Ferraro 
Susan C. Ferrary 
Philip J. Ferry, III 
Ellen M. Field 
Eric V. Finkenstadt 
Donald W. Fischer 
James W. Flanagan 
Gary M. Flaxenburg 
David A. Frankel 
Louise R. Frankel 
Kenneth Frumkin 
Ronald L. Gerson 
Carol L. Glaskin 
Scott D. Gleditsch 
Lawrence J. Goren 
Leopold J. Graupera 
Michael Guttman 
James P. Guzek 
Carroll F. Haines, Jr. 



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William H. Hartz 
Pamela H. Haskin 
Steven E. Hawk 
Vicki L. Herbert 
Charles O. Herrera 
Walter W. Hoover 
John F. Horvat 
Carol A. Hunter 
Joseph A. Jelen, Jr. 
John S. Jenks 
Jay J. Jerabek 
Richard E. Johns 
David L. Johnson 
Robert M. Jones, Jr. 
Raymond Kabakjian, Jr. 
John T. Kea 
Stephen K. Klasko 
Stephen P. Krell 
Ronald A. Krisch 
Susan M. Krischunis 
Arthur J. Labovitz 
Pater J. Lambrou 
Myles E. Lampenfeld 
David A. Laskin 
Joseph L. Lenkey 
Thomas P. Lenns 



Jeffrey L. Lenow 
Charles J. Loewe 
David F. Long 
Eileen J. Lourie 
Maureen R. Maguire 
Donald B. Maier 
Victor H. Mailey 
Alan G. Malkin 
Anthony J. Maniglia 
Bruno V. Manno 
Steven J. Mattleman 
Michael J. Mesaros, Jr. 
Bonita M. Metzger 
Fredric M. Mintzer 
Anthony S. Morgan 
William S. Morse 
Robert L. Moser 
Patricia P. Mueller 
Robert A. Murray 
Charles W. Norris 
Michael O. Okpaku 
William I. Packard 
Stephen J. Pandolph 
Cynthia M. Patterson 
Anthony Pendarvis 
Randall Phillips 
William J. Phillips 



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Thomas H. Pierzchala 
Deborah A. Pincofski 
Janet L. Polansky 
Susan Poritsky 
Stanley J. Pouls 
Eddie N. Powell 
Shirely Press 
Mitchell P. Pulver 
Jeffrey A. Ratner 
Timothy G. Reekie 
Anthony J. Ricketti 
Michael J. Rosner 
Steven A. Rosner 
Jeffrey M. Rothstein 
Gabriel S. Salzman 
Mitchell S. Sandler 
Randall M. Saylor 
Carl E. Scheler 
Clifford H. Schilke 
Stephen P. Schnall 
Lon S. Schneider 
Raymond S. Schreyer 
David L. Schwendeman 
Catherine L. Scott 
James Scott 
Joel D. Sennesh 
David N. Shapiro 



William J. Sim 
Stephen Sittenfield 
Cynthia A. Solomon 
Leo J. Spaccavento 
Jeffrey A. Stead 
Richard D. Steinberg 
Eric L. Steiner 
John R. Swacus 
Paul E. Thompson 
Fred B. Torres 
Paul W. Traverse 
Douglas R. Trostle 
Margo E. Turner 
Nicholas A. Vaganos 
Isabel Velez 
Robert P. Waldman 
Enlow R. Walker 
Ellen M. Walsh 
David M. Walzer 
Richard S. Warner Jr. 
David L. Williams 
Geary L. Yeisley 
Charles J. Zakroff 
Suzanne C. Zarro 
Thomas J. Zaydon 
Yonas Zegeye 
Aaron R. Zucker 



125 




CLASS OF 1977 



Kent R. Aiken 
Louis J. Alamia 
Guillermo F. Allende 
John C. Ansel 
Russell C. Applegate, III 
Jesse N. Aronowitz 
Linda I. Ash 
Arthur Auerbach 
Martin Auster 
Harvey L. Azarva 
Thomas E. Bell 
William O. Bell 
Steven J. Berger 
Evelyn S. Berwick 
Joel S. Betesh 
Noel E. Blackman 
Alan L. Boonin 
Cecil O. Borel 
Mark E. Boykiw 
Ronald J. Brooks 
Theodore Burden 
Patrick J. Burke 
William W. Burnham 
William R. Byers 



Jay L. Calesnick 
Robert J. Campbell 
Jeffrey L. Carson 
Patricia L. Cataldi 
Sr. Helen Christopher 
Philip M. Coff 
Jeffrey H. Cohen 
Richard P. Cook 
Barbara E. Courtney 
Thomas J. Craparo 
Randall C. Cronin, Jr. 
Robert B. Davis 
Larry G. Dennis 
Alan D. Dennison 
Gregory G. DeSimone 
Reginald P. Dickerson 
David S. Dougherty 
James B. Durkin 
Richard T. Ellison, III 
Paul W. Esposito 
Raymond J. Fabius 
Joseph R. Falcon, Jr. 
Steven H. Farber 
Janet L. Finkbeiner 



126 



Scott A. Fleischer 
James E. Florek 
Theodore M. Gilbert 
Joel M. Glassman 
Jack Goldstein 
Dudley R. Gordon 
Robert A. Goren 
Robert J. Gorrell Jr. 
Democleia P. Gottesman 
Carol H. Green 
Joshua M. Greenberg 
Arthur S. Greene 
Kendra J. Guernsey 
Joseph E. Hancock 
Theodore J. Harris 
David J. Heeney 
David C. Huntington 
Norman L. Johnson 
Raymond J. Joseph 
Stephen S. Jurewicz 
Fred M. Katz 
Judith F. Katz 
Fred W. Kephart 
Thomas M. Kiefer 
James B. Kirchhoffer 
William O. Knowles 
Edward C. Kondrot 
Anthony L. Kovatch 
Linda E. Krach 
Richard K. Krauss 
Stanton S. Kremsky 
Gary A. Kronick 
Timothy J. Kross 



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Ellen M. Kuller 
Neil D. LaBove 
Craig B. Langman 
Ernest-Olof L. Larsson 
Stephen J.M. Leitner 
Paul E. Lentz 
James F. Lesar 
Howard I. Levin 
Carole J. Levy 
Steven M. Lipschutz 
Jacqueline J. Lloyd 
Eric W. Locher 
John Mahan, Jr. 
Arnold M. Markoe 
Harry W. Matelski 
Catherine T. McCann 
William C. Meade 
Sylvia R. Mendelsohn 
William J. Meyer 
Robert F. Mohr 
Cathy K. Mintz 
Richard L. Montozzi 
Adrian L. Morris 



127 





Jeffrey B. Morris 
Sidney Neimark 
Kirk L. Nelson 
Carol L. Marsh 
John F. Nitsche 
Dennis M. O'Neill 
Elizabeth A. O'Neill 
Eugene E. Ordway Jr. 
Edward J. Ostrowski 
Drue R. Paden 
Lynn C. Parker 
Stephen T. Patternac 
David R. Paz 
Richard C. Pees 
Catherine J. Pelczar 
Adam F. Petras Jr. 
Frank S. Pidcock 
Marc B. Pomerantz 
George P. Raftas 
Robert J. Reilly 
Lindsay A. Richards 



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Ruth L. Rizzo 
Thomas H. Roberts 
Christine M. Rodgers 
David Y. Rogers 
Nicholas M. Romano 
Steve J. Roven 
Wayne M. Rozran 
Rolando G. Ruiz 
Steven D. Saris 
Harold W. Schneider Jr. 
Jack D. Schocker 
Mitchell E. Schwartz 
Bruce A. Shragg 
Phillip G. St. Louis 
Virginia M. Svidro 
Jerry J. Svoboda 
Denise M. Swidwa 
David I. Tarkoff 
Stanley B. Teplick 
William J. Tester 
Albert B. Thrower 
James F. Tischler 
Ronald D. Turner 
Martin Uram 
Gary R. Valestin 
Paul L. Vernon 
Margaret E. Walker 
Gene B. Warshafsky 
William Weiss 
Jon-Marc Weston 
Steven F. Wiegand 
Lee H. Yasgur 
Mary E. Zelenak 






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the drama and humanitarian 
appeal of helping others. They 
are intrigued by the intellectual 
excitement of acquiring and ap- 
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They are inspired by the chal- 
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noses and healing the sick." 

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THE CLASS OF 1976 





Jay L. Adler, M.D. 
Albright College 





Richard Adler, M.D., Ph.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 





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Richard W. Albert, D.D.S., M.D. 

Washington University 
Boston University 




146 




Sharon Ashley-Sessions, M.D. 
Lincoln University 









Mehdi Balakhani, D.D.S., M.D. 

Southeast Missouri State 

Boston University 
Mehary Medical College 



149 




Suhail M.K. Banister, M.D. 
Gannon College 




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Robert Barnes, M.D., Ph.D. 

University of Wisconsin 
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Steven J. Barrer, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 









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Patricia L. Benton, M.D. 
Spelman College 



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Stuart H. Berezin, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 














Janet Blanchard, M.S., M.D. 

University of Delaware 
Hahnemann Graduate School 




155 




Steven Block, M.S.E.E., M.D 

University of Pennsylvania 
Institute of Brooklyn 





Franklin A. Bontempo, M.D. 
University of Notre Dame 





157 




Richard J. Brauer, M.D. 
Vanderbilt University 





158 






Toby J. Briskin, M.D. 
Yale University 



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159 





David G. Burkett, M.D. 
Albright College 




160 





Rachel C. Callaghan, M.D. 
Temple University 




161 




Thomas H. Cawthern, M.D. 
Temple University 




162 













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Richard A. Chazkel, M.D. 
New York University 





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163 



James D. Chepko, M.D. 
University of Pittsburgh 





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Thomas J. Ciotola, M.D. 
Penn State University 




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U.S. Naval Academy 








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Penn State University 






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Joel K. Edelstein, M.D. 
New York University 





173 





Arnold Ellis, M.D. 
California State College 







David T. Estroff, M.D. 
Antioch College 




175 




Barry J. Evans, M.D. 
Muhlenberg College 



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Ella S. Feldman, M.D. 
Bryn Mawr College 




177 




179 




Arthur D. Forman, M.D. 
New York University 







Martin L. Fox, M.D. 
Colgate University 





181 




Jamison K. Francis, M.D. 
American University 



182 






Robert A. Fried, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 




183 



Bart J. Friedman, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 







184 









A. Gerald Frost, M.D. 
Franklin & Marshall College 






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James P. Fullin, M.D. 
Temple University 




186 





Kathleen M. Gekowski, M.D. 
Widener College 



187 




Anthony M. Giordano, M.D. 
LaSalle College 




188 





Adrienne M. Giuffre, M.D 
Drexel University 





William Goldman, M.D., Ph.D. 

Northeastern University 
M.I.T. 




192 





Mark R. Goldstein, M.D. 
Penn State University 








Robert C. Goldzer, M.D. 
University of Wisconsin 






George B. Goodman, M.D. 
Harvard College 



195 




Keith E. Grau, M.D. 
Seton Hall University 






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Charles S. Greenberg, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 



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Michael E. Greer, M.D. 
Albright College 






Pamela J. Greer, M.D. 
Cheyney State College 






Paul T. Gross, M.D. 
University of Wisconsin 




200 





Kevin C. Hails, M.D. 
Trinity College 






Roger C. Hall, M.D. 
Lafayette College 






203 





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Christopher F. Harris, M.D. 
Wesleyan University 




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University of Pennsylvania 




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Charles H. Hewitt, Jr., M.D 
University of New Mexico 






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John T. Hopkins, M.D., M.Ph. 

Lincoln University 
University of Pittsburgh 



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Richard M. Houck, M.D. 
Princeton University 





210 








Fred D. Jacks, Jr., M.D. 
Virginia Union University 




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Morgan State College 





212 





Mariell L. Moore, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 



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Grinnell College 



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Lycoming College 





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University of Pennsylvania 



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Immaculata College 



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James Lebedda, M.D., Ph.D. 

Washington & Jefferson 
Duke University 



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LaSalle College 




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Villanova University 







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Alan J. Levin, M.D. 
Penn State University 





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Michael A. Levine, M.D. 
Rutgers University 




225 




Dennis M. Manning, M.D. 
Holy Cross College 









227 




Deborah K. McCurdy, M.D. 
Washington & Jefferson U. 




229 




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Neil S. Mogil, M.D. 
Muhlenberg College 



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University of Notre Dame 






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George A. Murr, M.D 
LaSalle College 



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Lawrence S. Nagle, M.D. 
Cornell University 




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Richard I. Netsky, M.D. 
Brandeis University 





James A. Nudelman, M.D. 
University of Scranton 





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St. Joseph's College 




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University of Pittsburgh 





243 





Artist L. Parker, M.D. 
Beaver College 





244 





Joseph R. Peacock, M.D. 
Drexel University 




245 




Thomas C. Perry, M.S., M.D. 

Cornell University 
University of Pittsburgh 




246 








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Randolph R. Peto, M.D. 
Colgate University 



247 




Robert C. Petrucelli, M.D. 
Albright College 





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William J. Pogoda, M.D. 
University of Scranton 





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Princeton University 




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Temple University 




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Villanova University 



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Muhlenberg College 





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Howard University 




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Franklin & Marshall College 





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Franklin & Marshall College 






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Penn State University 




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Rutgers University 




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Joseph F. Schlosbon, M.D. 
University of Delaware 



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Allegheny College 




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Harvey J. Schwartz, M.D. 
New York University 








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University of California 




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Nestor I. Sendzik, M.D. 
Rutgers University 





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Lawrence J. Shaffer, M.D. 
Ohio State University 




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Temple University 



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Bahman Sholevar, M.D 

University of Tehran 
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Margaret M. Simcox, M.D. 
Temple University 





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Mt. Saint Mary's College 




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Morehouse College 



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Joseph L. Spadoni, M.D. 
Albright College 





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Janet S. Specter, M.D. 
Barnard College 





282 







Arthur L. Stokes, M.D 
Claflin University 






Jonathon C. Sullum, M.D. 
Cornell University 




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University of Pennsylvania 







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Villanova University 




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Frederick R. Taylor, M.D. 
Villanova University 





Lindsley D. VanDerVeer, M.D. 
Lehigh University 




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Dominick Vitolo, M.D., M.C.E. 

C.C.N.Y. 
New York University 








James D. Walders, M.D. 
Penn State University 






Marsha T. Wallace, M.D. 
University of Pennsylvania 



295 




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LaSalle College 




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David G. Williams, M.D. 
Trenton State College 



300 





Larry A. Wolk, M.D. 
Johns Hopkins University 







304 




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Muhlenberg College 



305 



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University of Pittsburgh 




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CONGRATULATIONS I 

to the CLASS OF 1976 
and WELCOME! 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
of HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND 

HOSPITAL 




245 North 15th Street 
Co-chairmen 

Charles P. Bailey, M.D. '32 
Marvin Derezin, M.D. '62 



Vice Chairman 
Presidents 

Vice-Presidents: 



President-Elect 
Treasurer 
Secretary 
Executive Director 



Phila., Pa. 19102 
(215) Locust 9-8500 
(215) 448-7492 

Executive Director: 
Ernest T. Leiss, Jr. 

Horst Agerty '34 
Katherine Batory '51 
Marvin Derezin '62 
Leonard Dreifus '51 
Kenneth Leese '64 
John Shane '61 
Leonard Doloff '52 
Marvin Derezin '62 
David Major '64 
Ernest Leiss 




TRUSTEES 



Arnold Berman '65 
Thomas Bonekemper '69 
Michael Brignola '45 
Charles Cameron '35 
LeRoy Carhart '73 
Leon Carp '40 
Oscar Corn '43 
John Davie '33 
John Dolphin '47 
Morton Fuchs '52 
Lonnie Fuller '60 

EX-OFFICIO 

William Tuttle '50 

William Meade '77 

Gary Schell '76 

Joseph DiPalma, V.P. & Dean 



Paul James, Jr. '59 
Karl Koiwai '47 
William Likoff '38 
Rosario Maniglia '46 
Morgan McCoy '68 
Wilbur Oaks '55 
Alex Pearce '37 
David Smith '48 
Mary Sterling '53 
David Williams '48 



EMERTI 

Carl Fischer '28 
Charles Hollis '12 
Martin Sweicicki '32 



ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CORPORATE BOARD 
Joseph Marconis '42 Edwin Wilson '62 

92 Years of Unbroken Service to the College, 
its Students, and Faculty 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 



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HAVE YOU HAD A FINANCIAL CHECK-UP LATELY? 

The Green Stuff so Vital to Good, Sound Financial 
Health won't always flow freely. 

Store some of it away for future use. We will add in- 
terest to it four times a year at 5V4% per year on 
passbook accounts. When compounded daily the An- 
nual Yield is 5.47% per yr. 

SAVINGS CERTIFICATES CAN EARN MORE! 

8.17% per yr. Annual Yield on 7.75% Certificate 

Minimum $1,000. — 6 year term 

(penalty required for early 

withdrawal of certificate) 

Savings Insured to $40,000. by FSLIC. 

LIBERTY FEDERAL SAVINGS 

and loan association 

202 N. Broad Street 
Stenton & Duval St. 1625 Wadsworth Ave. 

128 W. Chelten Ave. 7928 Bustleton Ave. 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 

MICROBIOLOGY AND 

IMMUNOLOGY 



BEST WISHES 

TO 

THE CLASS OF 1976 

FROM THE 

DEPARTMENT OF 

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 



AMERICAN HEALTH 
FACILITIES — MEDESCO 



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3508 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19104 

(215) 222-2900 

Preventive maintenance, Calibration, and re- 
pair of Medical Electronic and Laboratory In- 
struments 

Comprehensive Engineering and Consulta- 
tion 

Electrical Safety Inspections 

Training and Operation 



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GREETINGS 

FROM THE 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 



St. Marty's 



56 Franklin Street, Waterbury, Conn. 06702 

TRAINING IN INTERNAL MEDICINE 

Categorical and Categorical * Internships, Residency Training 



The Department of Medicine of St. Mary's Hospital is a major teaching 
affilliate of the Yale University School of Medicine which retains a per- 
sonalized community hospital flavor. 

A teaching service of over 100 beds offers a wide range of clinical mate- 
rial from which to gain experience and knowledge. A large full-time clin- 
ical faculty of subspecialists form the nucleus of the teaching program; 
supported by a strong practitioner teaching staff. Under their direction the 
most modern diagnostic and therapeutic facilities are available. 

In addition to a comprehensive program of bed-side conference teaching, 
regularly scheduled rounds with other members of the Yale faculty are a 
regular feature of the program. Our standard subspecialty rotations during 
the second year of training comply with the American Board of Internal 
Medicine's requirement of 24 months of meaningful patient responsibil- 
ity. 



Electives at Yale for qualified residents are available in Cardiology, Infec- 
tious Disease, Rheumatology, among others. 

House Staff responsibility includes the instruction of medical students 
from adjacent medical schools. Research opportunities are available for 
residents with serious interest in this aspect of academic medicine. Fel- 
lowships in hematology, cardiology, renal-metabolic, and pulmonary dis- 
eases complement the training program and first preference is given to St. 
Mary's Hospital-Yale candidates. 

Inquiries should be directed to: 
Department of Medicine 
St. Mary's Hospital 
Waterbury, Connecticut 06702 

All appointments begin July 1st and are made in accordance with the 
National Intern and Resident Matching Program. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1976 

FROM THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 



DIVISIONS OF: 



Cardiothoracic Surgery 
General Surgery 
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 
Urological Surgery 



Renal Transplantation 

Student Education 

Surgical Research 

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 



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and their families , . 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1976 

FROM 

SHADYSIDE HOSPITAL 



5230 Centre Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15232 

A 426 bed adult acute short term community reg- 
ional hospital offering the following graduate 
medical education programs supervised by full 
time directors: 

Family Practice Residency 

Internal Medicine Residency 

Pathology Residency 

Surgery Residency 

Categorical or flexible first year programs 

in medicine and surgery 

Contact: Director of Medical Education 
Telephone (412) 622-2296 or 622-2297 



Good Luck 
Graduates 



When you think of residencies - 
Consider Wilmington Medical 

Center 

When you think of practice — 

Remember Delaware 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1976 

from 

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ORLOFF, M.D. 

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A major teaching institution 
with residency programs in Fam- 
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Medicine and a progressive Med- 
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We invite your inquiry. 

Office of Medical Education 



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THANK YOU HAHNEMANN 

FOR MAKING OUR FIRST YEAR 

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Mercy Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



Best Wishes 

to 

The Class of 1976 

from 

Greg and Susan Vitale 

of 

VIT ALE'S APOTHECARY, INC. 



245 North Broad Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 



EASTON HOSPITAL 



Extends Congratulations 
and Best Wishes to the 



CLASS OF 76 

Easton Hospital 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

Approved residency programs in 
General Surgery and Internal 
Medicine. A member of the 
Hahnemann family of affiliated 
community hospitals. 



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BEST WISHES 
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 

from 

Wharton Shober, President 

and 

the Staff Executive Committee 



Robert H. Holmes, M.D. Joseph DiPalma, M.D. 

Senior V.P. Health Affairs Senior V.P. Academic Affairs 

Dean of the Medical College 

Robert Snyder Douglas McArthur 
V.P. Ambulatory Affairs Senior Vice President 

Chairman SEC 

Robert Ginn Morton Borowsky 

V.P. Fiscal Affairs Assistant to the President 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

from the 

Department of Radiation Therapy and Nuclear Medicine 

Radiation Therapy 



Luther W. Brady, M.D. 
John Antoniades, M.D. 
Sriprayoon Prasasvinichai, M.D. 
Richard J. Torpie, M.D. 
Sucha O. Asbell, M.D. 
John R. Glassburn, M.D. 
Paul E. Wallner, D.O. 
Jeffrey I. Damsker, M.D. 
David Schatanoff, M.D. 



Professor and Chairman 
Associate Professor 
Associate Professor 
Associate Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Senior Instructor 
Senior Instructor 



Millard N. Croll, M.D. 
Takashi Honda, M.D. 
Robert J. Wallner, D.O. 
Harry J. Lessig, M.D. 
Victor R. Risch, Ph.D. 



Nuclear Medicine 



Professor 

Associate Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Senior Instructor 
Instructor 



Radiation Physics 



Leonard Stanton, M.S. 
David A. Lightfoot, M.A. 
John L. Day, Ph.D. 
Charles H. Miller, M.S. 



Professor 

Associate Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Instructor 



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CHEERS! 




FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 



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". . . it is relatively easy to 
become a competent specialist, but 
it is much more difficult to become 
a good doctor — and it takes much 
longer." 

William Doolin (Lancet 2:1368, 1958) 



SINCERE GOOD WISHES 



The Department of Physiology and Biophysics 



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"Sometimes give your services for nothing, 
calling to mind a previous benefaction or 
present satisfaction. And if there be an 
opportunity of serving one who is a 
stranger in financial straits, give full 
assistance to all such. For where there is 
love of man, there is also love of art. For 
some patients, though conscious that their 
condition is perilous, recover their health 
simply through their contentment with the 
goodness of the physician. And it is well to 
superintent the sick to make them well, to 
care for the healthy to keep them well, also 
to care for one's own self, so as to observe 
what is seemly." 

— Hippocrates 

SAINT AGNES MEDICAL CENTER 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Best Wishes from 



SANDOZ PHARMACEUTICALS 
East Hanover, N.J. 07936 



Ed Boner 

Medical Sciences Liaison 

215-256-9302 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

THE CLASS OF 1976 

FROM 

MERIN STUDIOS 

2981 Grant Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19114 

(215) 673-5777 

Official Yearbook Photographer 

Negatives of portraits appearing in this publication are kept on file 
for a period of five years. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY AND 
REHABILITATION MEDICINE 



CONGRATULATIONS ! 



THE DEPARTMENT OF 
PHARMACOLOGY 



The Department of Pediatrics 

extends heartiest best wishes 

to the graduating class of 1976. 



"To study the phenomena of disease without books is to 
sail an uncharted sea, while to study books without 
patients is not to go to sea at all." 

Sir William Osier (1840-1919) 

AEQUANIMITAS, with other Addresses 

to Medical Students, Nurses and 

Practitioners of Medicine "Books 

and Men" 

We would be happy to continue as your supplier of 

medical books. 

Our best wishes for a successful and 

prosperous future. 



Eleanora M. Kenworthy 
448-7629 



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448-7628 



HAHNEMANN BOOK STORE 

Room 1132 Basic Science Bldg. 

245 N. 15th Street 

Philadelphia. Pa. 19102 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND 
BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1976 

DEPARTMENT OF 
OPHTHALMOLOGY 



THE DEPARTMENT OF 
ANATOMY 

EXTENDS 
BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

BICENTENNIAL CLASS OF 

1976 



THE INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RESOURCE 

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Unique programs for elementary, high school and 

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Offerings in any of the arts, sciences and humanities. 

Students construct their own rosters, set their own 

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own teachers. 

Two full days a week devoted to laboratory 

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Gifted students are able to complete high school and 

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To attend the Institute for Human Resource 

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call (215) 448-7148. 



GREETINGS TO THE CLASS 
OF 1976 



Department of Anesthesiology 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND 
BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1976 

FROM THE 

DEPARTMENT OF 

OBSTETRICS AND 

GYNECOLOGY 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL 
HEALTH SCIENCES 



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HAVE YOU HEARD THE GOOD 
NEWS! 

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, 
that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but 
have eternal life." 

.IJcsns (Christ 

"I am the WAY, the TRUTH, and the LIFE; no one 
comes to the Father but through Me." 

.TJesus Christ 

Without the WAY there is no going, 

Without the TRUTH there is no knowing, 

Without the LIFE there is no living. 

"... I came that they might have life, and might have 
it abundantly." 

3Jcsus (Christ 
(1. John 3:16, 2. John 14:6, 3. John 10:10) 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ahmad Balakhani 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burkitt 
Margaret I. Chepko, M.D. 
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Joseph J. Dougherty, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Toshio Ezaki 
Maurice Fox 

Lonnie E. Fuller, Sr., M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goren 
Dr. and Mrs. Frank M. Greene 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jones, Sr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Lucidi 
Dr. and Mrs. Carlos F. Rivera Lugo 
Marriott Hotels, Inc. 
Teruo Matsumoto, M.D. 
John Mead, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mondschein 
Orange County Key Punch Service, Inc. 
Frederick W. Pairent, Ph.D. 
Demetrius Saris, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Shragg 
David B. Soil, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Suski 
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AZM Industries 
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Adam - Blanco Associates, Ltd. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adams 
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Mr. and Mrs. Glenn O. Aumiller 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Auster 
Mr. Francis J. Bagnell 
Mr. Josef J. Ban- 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Batok 
Herman Belmont, M.D. 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Bender 
Hugh Bennett, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bertiger 
Krishan Bharadwaja, M.D. 
Franklin Bizousky, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Block 
Mr. and Mrs. John Bobin 
Boehringer Ingelheim Ltd. 
Richard J. Bonacci, M.D. 
The Bonanza Restaurant 
Amadeo Bondi, Ph.D. 
Russel A. Boykiw, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brandy 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles K. Brauer 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Briskin 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Victor Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Byers 
Benjamin Calesnick, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cantoni 
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Caplan 
Dr. and Mrs. David T. Casey 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cawthern 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Celestine 
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Chalal 
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chalal 
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Chazkel 
Dr. August A. Ciotola, '40 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Cipoletti 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen 
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Comer 
Dr. Eugene Coodley 
James F. Conroy, D.O. 
Homer C. Curtis, M.D. 
Marvin Derezin, M.D. 
Frank P. DiDio, M.D., '30 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. Estroff 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evans 
Robert E. Drewery, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Eckroat 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ellis, Jr. 
Dennis and Mary Ertel 
Bonita Falkner, M.D. 
William W. Faller, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph S. Fellin 
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Philip Fieman, M.D. 

Raul Fleischmajer, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Foster 

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Fullin 

Joseph M. Gambescia, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Norbert S. Gizinski 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Giordano, Sr. 

Dr. Louis E. Goldszer 

Albert H. Gleason, M.D. '38 

Golden Dawn Shops Inc. 

Paul Gonick, M.D. 

Stanley R. Goldman, M.D. 

Richard B. Graham, M.D. 

Milton Graub, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Greenbaum 

Arline and Jack Greenberg 

Sigmund R. Greenberg '56 

Kerry H. Gingrich, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Guzek 

Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Hails 

Mrs. Carroll F. Haines 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Harm, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard Yeager Harris 

Samuel A. Hartman, M.D. 

Dr. Jorge A. Hereter 

Lt.Col. (Ret) and Mrs. Charles H. Hewitt 

Lee Hertz, M.D. 

Richard E. Hicks, M.D. 

Raymond G. Hidlay, M.D. 

James J. Higbee, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hoopes 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Houck 

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Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Itkin 

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Joseph A. Jelen, M.D. 

Harold L. Johnson 

Gertrude J. Jordan 

William C. Kashatus, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Katz 

David V. Kauffman, M.D. 

Leon A. Kauffman, M.D. 

Robert Kaye, M.D. 

Clarence S. Kemp 

Kwan Eun Kim, M.D. 

Demetrios Kimbiris, M.D. 

David E. Krusen, M.D. 

George A. Kyriazis, M.D. 

Eugene M. Labowskie, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Lampert 

W.H. Lambert, M.D. 

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Lawless 

S.A. Lawrence, M.D. 

Ivan B. Leaman, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lebedda 

Dr. and Mrs. Roger Lee '68 

William M. Lemmon, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert W. Leska 

William Likoff, M.D. 

Frank Lima, M.D. '38 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Loudis 

J.S. Ludwig, M.D. 

Daniel M. Lundblad 

Richard C. Lyons, M.D., F.A.C.S. 

Roy L. McAfee 

Edward B. McGovern, M.D. 

Charles E. MacKenzie, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Maguire 

Dr. Herbert C. Maier 

Mrs. Hugo V. Mailey 

Dr. and Mrs. David Major 

Dr. and Mrs. Angelo John Maniglia 

Dr. and Mrs. Bruno V. Manno 

Joseph T. Marconis, M.D. 

Libby R. Marks, M.D. 

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Dr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Melchiode 

John J. Milici, M.D. 

Denis J. Milke, M.D. 

Mr ( . and Mrs. Ivan L. Miller, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Miller 

Lewis C. Mills, M.D. 

Dr. Julius Mintz 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis G. Moore and family 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Moretti 

Thomas Moshang, Jr., M.D. 

Craig W. Muckle, M.D. 

Lewis Jay Mufson, M.D. '67 and family 

Frank O. Nagle, Jr., M.D. 

David Naide, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Nardella 

Mr. and Mrs. William Jay Netsky 

Neurological Associates of Delaware Valley 

Leslie Nicholas, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Hara 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. O'Neill 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olex 

Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paden 

Judy Palmer, M.D. 

A. Palmer-Lopez, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Theoff Pendarvis, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Perruquet 

Mr. and Mrs. Adam F. Petras, Sr. 



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Mr. James M. Phillips 

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Lewis C. Reese, M.D. 

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Dean W. Roberts, M.D. 

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Charles A. Rowland, M.D. 

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Bernard L. Segal, M.D. 

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CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL 
CONFERENCE 

A CASE FROM DETROIT 




Martin L. Fox, Associate Editor 
Larry H. Goldberg, Associate Editor 



Continued preparation of these Case Records has 
been made possible by a generous grant from the 
Arab oil-producing nations. 



PRESENTATION OF CASE 

A '64 Buick Wildcat with 120,000 recorded miles 
presented to the Philadelphia General Inspection Station 
with owner complaints of difficulty starting and stop- 
ping, gas pains and generalized exhaustion. 

Information about the vehicle was difficult to obtain, 
as it had been subjected to frequent change of owners. 
The car had been in good running condition until 10,000 
miles ago, at which time it had begun to exhibit a-taxi- 
a, with a difficulty holding the white line and poor gas 
mileage. 3,000 miles prior to admission the auto de- 
veloped symptoms of Engina Pectoris upon exposure to 
cold weather or after a full tank which was accompanied 
by a choking sensation and was relieved by stopping 
and administration of 1/150 NTG (Non-Tetraleaded 



Gasoline) by fuel injection. 

On the morning previous to this admission the owner 
noted some involuntary blinker light activity which 
progressed to severe engine knock and stalling, charac- 
teristic of Lincolnian seizure. There was no evidence of 
oil incontinence or post-ictal Ford's paralysis. 

The car had travelled extensively to Pittsburgh, 
Hoboken and the San Joaquin Valley of California. Use 
of speed was denied but there was history of several 
"bad trips" on S.T.P. The engine did not smoke. 

Physical examination revealed an eleven year old 
white and black two-tone sedan appearing runned- 
down and N.A.D. (not actively driven). The oil pressure 
was 40 mm Hg, rate of movement was mi/hr and regu- 
lar and the water temperature was 30° C. HEENT 
examination revealed a scaling, eroded hood, bilateral 
ARCO-senilis, Kayser-Chrysler rings, a left-sided Au- 
di's myotonic pupil and findings compatible with 
Horner's syndrome. There was evidence of a chancar on 
the grillwork. Ecchymotors, damaged cartilage, trunkal 
obesity with numerous wheels and gyneco-Mazda were 
noted. There was a peeling, red, white, and blue "Love 
It or Leave It" sticker on the right posterior bumper and 
the windows displayed -numerous decals from various 
New England ski lodges. 

Examination of the engine revealed mufflered motor 
sounds compatible with Cadillactasis and sinus brady- 
cardia. Auscultation of Si to S 6 demonstrated paradoxi- 
cal splitting of S4-5 without S 7 or Ss gallop. A presys- 
tolic ignition click and a middiastolic rumble best heard 
at the base of the antenna were noted. (Fig. 1). Also 
heard was an Austin-Healy murmur without radiator. 
Pattern balding of the tires and 3+ pedal edema were 
present. There was no auto-clubbing. Internal exam re- 
vealed peripheral neuropathy in a glove-compartment 
distribution (Fig. 2). 

Laboratory values included an L.T.D. of 150 mg%, 
CPK (crude petroleum kinase) of 60 mg7c, an MG of 1.7 
Leylan Units and an S.G.O.T. (serum gas-oil transmis- 1 



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Fig. 1. A presystolic ignition click and a middiastolic rumble were 
heard at the base of the antenna. 



sionase) of 60 U. The electro-lights were within normal 
limits. A differential count showed a gearshift to the 
left. The electrocardiogram demonstrated NSR (normal 
steering radius) and right axle deviation. 

The car was placed on strict garage rest, a 1000 octane 
AAA diet and Mercuryal diuretics. On the second gar- 
age day the vehicle had another seizure, this one of the 
Grand Prix variety, with asteerixis and cogwheel rigid- 
ity. The episode responded to I.M. (in the motor) ES- 




SOsuximide, 5 gallons TID and Mercedes Benzadrine. 

On the fourth day the oil temperature rose to 40° C. 
Culture and Gram stain of the oil, water and transmis- 
sion revealed normal fluid. The temperature continued 
to rise and empirical combination therapy for Tularemia 
with Van-comycin and Carbenicillin was instituted as 
additional history disclosed that the vehicle had been 
scratched by a VW Rabbit while parked in the Oxford 
Valley Shopping Mall. On the following day an I.V.P. 
(intra-vehicular perusal) was performed (Fig. 3) and was 
within normal limits, showing good orientation of 
radio, ashtray and seats. Consequent to rising fever dur- 
ing the ensuing days, the car developed more ec- 
chymotors. A turniquet test and P.T. (petroleum time) 
determination were unremarkable. 




Fig. 2. There was no tailpipe atresia. 



Fig. 3. IVP 

On the sixth hospital day fiberoptic enginoscopy was 
performed (Fig. 4). Multiple diverticula were noted in 
the distal tail pipe and a 3 cm. fungating lesion found in 
the proximal engine and biopsied. Spark plugs, dis- 
tributor and solinoids were normal. 

Despite a well engaged emergency brake, the car con- 
tinued to go downhill. Steeroids were started on an 
alternator-day basis. 

Battery jump was considered by consultant mechanics 
and performed on the ninth garage day. Despite 
numerous attempts, the vehicle could not be taken off 
the gas pump and succumbed to car-diac arrest on the 
lift. 



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Fig. 4: Fiberoptic Enginoscopy 

DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS 

DR. SPARK E. PLUGG*: This is a very complex crank- 
case as so many systems are involved in its evolution. 
There is major clinical pathology of the engine system, 
the C.M.S. (central motor system) and the externa. The 
attempt here will be to discuss each of these systems in 
the assimilation of what I believe to be the primary pro- 
cess in this patient. Let us start with the engine system. 

Since, with congenital car disease there is usually the 
well known presentation of failure to drive with low 
APCAR score at dealer delivery, syndromes such as Tet- 
ralogy of Volvo, transposition of the great hoses, tail- 
pipe atresia and coarctation of the axle can be comforta- 
bly excluded. Hereditary diseases, i.e. those passed 
from generator to generator, such as Tireosinosis can 
also involve the engine system. These may be discarded 
as well. 

Valvular disease is certainly present here. Although 
the characteristic murmur was not heard, auscultatory 
findings compatible with AI (automotive insufficiency) 
were found and subsequent physical exam should have 
disclosed piston-shot pulses. 

Dr. Pistol, in assessing the valvular disease, was 
further history elicited as to ascertain whether the pa- 
tient had pneumatic fever as a child? 

DR. P.J. PISTOL**: The owner stated that the only 
significant problem encountered as a young auto was a 
bad case of the coupe. 

*Andy Granatelli — Professor of Biomechanics and Mechanic-in- 
Chief, General Motors Corp. 

"Assistant Professor of Internal Automotives, Philadelphia General 
Inspection Station 



DR. PLUGG: I see. It is likely that the pathological 
findings involving the engine system are not isolated to 
this area but rather represent enginal manifestations of 
systemic disease. However, S.B.E. (Subacute Bacterial 
Endo-car-ditis) and the Wolff-Parkinson-Whitewall 
Syndrome are the diagnostic possibilities. 

Because of the increased temperature, infection re- 
presents a likely etiology, although it may not have 
been a primary event. As mentioned Tularemia and 
S.B.E. were considered. We should also consider Taxi- 
plasmosis and Nocardiosis in the differential diagnosis 
of this infection. Because of the presence of a chancar on 
the grillwork a stage of syphilis represents a strong pos- 
sibility, especially since there were impressive C.M.S. 
manifestations. Other Treponemal infestations should 
also be considered including Pinto as history revealed 
that the car had been driven in the general vicinity of 
Mexico. It is well known, however, that fever of un- 
known origin is not always caused by infection. Au- 
toimmune disease such as Hashi-Motors can be excluded 
in this case because of the reported negative AMA. This 
brings us to a very likely diagnostic possibility in the 
consideration of FUO, that of neoplasia. In this vehicle 
battery cell carcinoma may have been an underlying 
process, however, in light of the impressive neurologi- 
cal symptoms present here another neoplasm should be 
more strongly considered, the chromophobe enginoma. 
Because of the noted murmur car-cinoid might be even 
more likely. 

Other diagnoses to be considered include Falconi's 
Syndrome because of reported mild battery acidosis and 
toxi states such as lead poisoning. 

Yes, Dr. Andretti? 

DR. ANDRETTI***: Did the brady-car-dia ever neces- 
sitate the installation of a Pacer in this patient? 

DR. PISTOL: It was not necessary as the vehicle re- 
sponded well to conservative therapy for the dysrhyth- 
mia which was probably on the basis of widespread en- 
ginopathy. 

DR. PLUGG: This brings me to my final diagnosis. As 
we all know, this is a CPC and in conferences such as 
this 'Red Edsels' are often presented; however I am 
reasonably sure of the processes involved in this most 
intriguing case. 

My final clinical diagnoses are: 1.) Demileinating dis- 
ease, in particular Central Pontiac Mileinolysis and' 2.) 
Carcinoid Syndrome. 

Central Pontiac Mileinolysis is rare in American cars, 
but there is a recent report in Popular Mechanics 1 of ten 
cases in AMC cars. A recent article 2 reviewing the 
British and American literature from 1954-74 reported 
fifty cases, most occurring in vehicles with automatic 
transmissions. In two isolated reports from the Italian 3 
literature there was an association between demileinat- 
ing disease and carcinoid syndrome with clinical fea- 
tures of valvular disease, seizures, false positive serol- 
ogy and ectopic hormone production which can gener- 
ate trunkal obesity and gynecoMazda — findings very 
prominent in our patient. These reports suggest that 
this entity may be a variant of MEA syndromes (Multi- 

***An interested observer 



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pie Enginal Automotortosis). 

If my guess is correct this represents a reportable case, 
since this is the first instance of this association occur- 
ring in an American car. 

DR. SPARK E. PLUGG'S DIAGNOSIS 

Central Pontiac Mileinolysis 
Carcinoid Syndrome 

PATHOLOGICAL DISCUSSION 

DR. HANK YANKOWSKY*: That was a very astute 
discussion, Dr. Plugg, in a case that could challenge the 
enginuity of any automotive expert. 1 think that the 
pathological findings bear out your opinion. 

Gross examination of the exhaust system revealed 
multiple small fungating masses in the proximal engine 
producing marked Essophageal stricture. Microscopic 
findings included pan-niculitis and ardentophilic cells 
invading the stratum carneum. These findings are clas- 
sic for automotive carcinoid. 

A section of the C.M.S. showed normal Vega, oc- 



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culomotor nerves and a gasserian ganglion within nor- 
mal limits. The brakeal plexus was well preserved. With 
special staining the typical pattern of demileination was 
demonstrated along the distributor in the well recog- 
nized wire-loop configuration. 

We in the Pathology Department agree with the of- 
fered diagnoses and believe that this vehicle did indeed 
suffer the devastating effects of a combined demileinat- 
ing and neoplastic process. We congratulate Dr. Plugg 
on his fine, well-tuned discussion. 



REFERENCES 

1. Torque, R.C., Central Pontiac Mileinolysis — A New AMC Menace, 
Popular Mechanics 290:298-304, 1975 

2. Bentley, M., Who Put De Mile in Demileir.olvsis?, Road and Track 
215:597-83, 1975 

3. Romeo, A. P., Carcinoid e Demileinolysis, Mama Mia!, ACTA 
Machina, 205:439-42, 1974 

4. Plugg, S.E., Current Concepts — Use of Corticosteeroids in 
C.V.A.'s (Car-Vehicular Accidents), NEJM (New England Journal of 
Motors), 22:563-67, 1972 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

A tip of the hub-cap to Dr. Eli Goodman and Dr. Dave Dula. 




EUELL B. HARE, M.D. 



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