1861 The Lancet  
350 Mr. Barwell excised the protruding mass, pared the edges of the surrounding skin, and brought them together with silver. wire sutures. Union is taking place, partly by adhesion, partly by suppuration; and a cure is anticipated. From the history of the case and the nature of the tumour, the evidence would seem to point to myositis in the first instance as the result of the blow.
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