Spot Diagnosis articles must based on a clinical image that is distinctive of a particular condition. A short vignette should accompany the image and there should be one question relevant to the image and diagnosis. The article should include no more than two learning points as a take home message for readers.
A maximum of two authors is allowed for each Spot Diagnosis article, and each author should have no more than 2 articles under consideration at any one time.
We will only consider articles completed through this Spot Diagnosis form . The online competing interests form must be completed by all authors prior to submission. Once your proposal has been approved by our editorial team, you should then submit a Spot Diagnosis template via The BMJ ’s online editorial office .
This misquote is often attributed to Washington's speech to Delaware tribal leaders on May 12, 1779. However, it is both inaccurate in terms of words as well as meaning. The actual quote reads: "My ears hear with pleasure the other matters you mention. Congress will be glad to hear them too. You do well to wish to learn our arts and ways of life, and above all, the religion of Jesus Christ. These will make you a greater and happier people than you are. Congress will do every thing they can to assist you in this wise intention; and to tie the knot of friendship and union so fast, that nothing shall ever be able to loose it." The quote has its own historical significance and reflected Washington's eventual presidential policies aimed at encouraging cultural and religious assimilation of Native Americans.