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Diary From the Front Lines

Hidden Agendas and Inexorable Forces

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: August 1, 1999

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TY is a very pleasant 32-year-old woman who had an appointment today todiscuss shin splints. As I quite enjoy sports medicine, I looked forward to hervisit. One reality I have learned in my short professional career is that sportsproblems are frequently a ruse to get past spilling your guts with ourappointment clerks.


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