Ernest Hart
1863 The Lancet  
522 latter is more frequently movable than is the left kidney. The case before them, so far as the latter circumstance was concerned, was, then, an exception to the rule. When the patient came to him the other day, she made certain statements in connexion with the urine which led him to urge her entrance into the hospital, that he might become better acquainted with all the symptoms of her complaint. Upon examining her—at which examination they were present-he was very much surprised to find
more » ... change which had taken place in the character of the tumour. The latter was now about the size of two large
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