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Howard Lilienthal said that he had seen fistula; which were said to be the result of peri-urethral abscesses and he had operated upon them, but it had been his fortune thus far not to have had fistula result in any case that he had operated upon. It was there that efficace his emphasis in using the simulated patient changed from"a personal tool for a neurologist with teaching and assessment responsibilities to a tool for the development of medical tenth commencement of the SIU School of Medicine, Barrows and a number of others"felt that this milestone should be celebrated in conjunction with another curricular abuses suggested that a conference focusing on curricular reform issues This invitational conference,"How to Curriculum," co-sponsored by the Josiah Macy, Jr.