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1-percent level 1977 Percentage 1977 to Specialists A. P. Williams analysis Appendix areas of less board-certified special board-certified specialists border crossing certified specialists cians Coverage of Basic data show Dermatology DISTRIBUTION OF BOARD-CERTIFIED DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIALISTS estimated family physicians family practice family practitioner five largest specialties geographic distribution Health implies increase in numbers internal medicine Internist location patterns metropolitan and nonmetropolitan metropolitan areas Neurosurgery noncertified specialists nonmet nonmetropolitan areas NONMETROPOLITAN DISTRIBUTION nonmetropolitan residents nonmetropolitan towns Northern Great Plains Nuclear medicine null hypothesis number of physicians number of specialists Obstetrics Obstetrics/gynecology Otolaryngology patterns of specialists pediatrician pediatrics percent Percentage of Communities Person in 1977 physicians per person proportion Psychiatry and neurology radiologist Radiology Rand Corporation Ratio of Specialists ropolitan areas sample significantly small towns specialist of type Specialists in 1960 specialists per person supply of physicians surgeon Table C.l tion town-size ranges towns with populations Tufts University type of specialist Urology