Archives of Electrology and Radiology, Volume 4

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X-ray Era Publishing Company, 1904

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Page 17 - Doom'd for a certain term to walk the night, And for the day confined to fast in fires, Till the foul crimes done in my days of nature Are burnt and purged away.
Page 300 - The *-ray may be of service even in inoperable malignant growths, by relieving pain, diminishing discharges, and lessening their offensiveness, and in many cases life may be prolonged in comparative comfort for a considerable period of time. Furthermore, from these apparently hopeless cases a number, of remarkable improvements and a few recoveries have been reported. Seventh: The л-гау should be used as a prophylactic against return after all operations for the removal of deep malignant growths.
Page 360 - When the patient came under my care, physical examination showed a tumor, the size of a cocoanut, in the lower part of the abdomen, filling up 'the entire iliac fossa, extending nearly to the umbilicus, and two inches beyond the median line to the left. The tumor was very firmly fixed and seemed to involve the abdominal wall. An incision was made under cocaine and a portion of the growth, which infiltrated all the muscles of the abdominal wall, was removed for microscopical examination, which showed...
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