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689 that below the smaller apertures in which the pulsation of the brain was seen without protrusion, the dura mater and the brain were quite unchanged. The narration of the cases was accompanied with many valuable practical comments upon the rarity of these two affections, their modes of production, and, in the latter case especially, the probable nature of the exciting constitutional cause. The communication was illustrated by many pathological preparations of the parts involved. Reviews anddoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)59373-9 fatcat:w67bmqndtbeu3prxcorvt6yzdm