Reports Volume 21-41

Reports Volume 21-41

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...tuberculosis. From a man aged 21, who had an attack of pleurisy one year before his death, and for seven months had suffered from symptoms of progressive phthisis and tuberculous laryngitis. Post-mortem recent tubercles were found in both lungs, in the larynx, intestines and kidneys. See Histological Records, xi. 1723a; Male Medical Register, vol. ii. (1905), No, S; Medical Post-Mortem Register, vol. xxxii. (1905), p. 24. TUBERCULOSIS IN AN INFANT. 1723b. The right lung of an infant, showing advanced tuberculous disease. The greater part of the upper lobe is occupied by a large cavity witli ragged walls. Numerous miliary tubercles are present throughout the remainder of the lung. There is some opacity of the visceral pleura over the upper lobe, but no marked thickening. The bronchial glands are caseous. '9S Microscopic Examination shows extensive caseation of the lung around the cavity. From a child aged 5$ months, who had been losing flesh and strength since weaning at the age of 3 weeks. Diarrhcpa and vomiting had been present intermittently, and for a month the child had suffered from cough. General miliary tuberculosis was found at the autopsy. See Histological Records, xi. 1723b; Female Medical Register, vol. v. (1904), No. 196; Medical Post-Mortem Register, vol. xxxi., p. 298. SERIES XII. DISEASES OF THE NOSE, MOUTH, TONGUE, PALATE, AND FAUCES. EPITHELIOMA. 1777c. A lower lip showing extensive cancerous invasion. The tumour involves the outer and upper aspects of the lip, and has begun to invade the inner surface. It presents the appearance of a warty growth ulcerated in parts, and shows along its lower border an everted edge. 1905. Microscopic Examination shows the growth to be a squamous-celled carcinoma. From a man aged 58. Eight...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236770011