Ionic Surgery in the Treatment of Cancer; With a Chapter on Ionization in Surgical Tuberculosis and in Hemorrhoids

Ionic Surgery in the Treatment of Cancer; With a Chapter on Ionization in Surgical Tuberculosis and in Hemorrhoids

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...Fig. 27 shows the condition September 14, 1905. January 10, 1908. In response to letter patient states that there has been a recurrence of the growth on the cheek, but that he is confined to bed with rheumatism and unable to return for further treatment. No. 243. Oncologic Hospital. Recurrent Carcinoma of Scalp.--Mrs. S. D., aged 50, was referred by Dr. Eckman, of Philadelphia, October 3, 1905, with a proliferating growth on the occiput about 4 cm. in diameter. For 20 years she had had a wen on the site of the growth which she says gave her "no trouble" until one year ago, when it became painful and was opened by a physician. It failed to heal, and was later curetted (in March, 1905). In April it was removed by excision. She suffered from severe headaches. October 4, 1905. Major monopolar operation, 250 to 300 milliamperes for 65 minutes. Microscopic examination: Carcinoma. October 21, 1905. Patient discharged with some evidence of disease in wound and no relief of headaches. During November and December the patient received eight minor appli Fig. 26.--Case 234 before treatment, June 26, 1905. cations varying from 25 to 45 milliamperes, and ceased attendance owing to weakness. The patient died several months later of extension to the brain. No. 256. Oncologic Hospital. Small Epithelioma of Bridge of Nose.--A. McL., aged 70, admitted to dispensary October 30, 1905, with a growth clinically resembling epithelioma and about the size of a pea, on the bridge of nose. Minor application, 6 to 9 ma. for 18 minutes. February 26, 1906. Reports at dispensary with no evidence of disease. No. 85, Private Case Book. Multiple Senile Epitheliomata. J. M. R., aged 77, of Camden, Dela., was referred by Dr. Leonardo Judd, of Philadelphia, December 5, ...show more

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