Excerpt from Virginia Medical Semi-Monthly, Vol. 8: April, 1903-March, 1904, Inclusive, Thoroughly Indexed
Syphilis of the pancreas is uncommon. The pancreas seems to better resist attack of this dis ease than any of the secretory glands. The lesion may be localized or general, the tissues be coming hard. Gunnnata of the pancreas are amenable to syphilitic remedies, and are prob ably as greatly inﬂuenced by them as auv other gland. Syphilitic disease of the pancreas is difficult to determine except by autopsy.
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