In Reply.—I'd like to make a little statement about the letter by Baker and Baker.
Since the authors studied the problem of making telephone calls to the referring physician, I stand corrected. Obviously, referring physicians want to be called after a consultation has been obtained and find it no intrusion. Perhaps I was thinking about the good old times when we had a mail system that functioned well and when we had physicians who immediately dictated letters to the referring physician. Since there is such a long delay in getting information to the referring physician, a telephone call is obviously the answer.