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Figure 2: Still pictures taken from a video recording of the “Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's Col. Earle Ash Lecture: May 22, 1986.” Introduction of the word “telepathology” into the English language. (a) Col. Robert McMeekam, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Director, welcomes the invited audience to Dr. Weinstein's lecture. (b) Fred W. Stewart, M. D., Chief of Surgical Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City introduces the Col. Earle Ash Lecturer. (c) Dr. Weinstein, at the very moment in the Col. Earle Ash Lecture, that he used the word “telepathology” for the first time in public. (d) Recreation of the Kodachrome slide being shown at the moment Dr. Weinstein used the word “telepathology”

Figure 2: Still pictures taken from a video recording of the “Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's Col. Earle Ash Lecture: May 22, 1986.” Introduction of the word “telepathology” into the English language. (a) Col. Robert McMeekam, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Director, welcomes the invited audience to Dr. Weinstein's lecture. (b) Fred W. Stewart, M. D., Chief of Surgical Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City introduces the Col. Earle Ash Lecturer. (c) Dr. Weinstein, at the very moment in the Col. Earle Ash Lecture, that he used the word “telepathology” for the first time in public. (d) Recreation of the Kodachrome slide being shown at the moment Dr. Weinstein used the word “telepathology”