1900 Journal of the American Medical Association  
of which was as hard as cartilage. The mass was shelled out of its connective-tissue .capsule, its several attach¬ ments were ligated and it was removed. An opening was made in the loin for drainage. On histologie exam¬ ination, the growth was found to be a sarcoma, with round and spindle cells, mixed here and there with wellformed glandular tissue. The further course of the case was uncomplicated, and the patient was dismissed, cured, after rather more than a month. Several months later,
more » ... r, symptoms of tuberculosis made their appear¬ ance, and after the lapse of some months more, death occurred. On post-mortem examination the lungs were found full of minute tubercles, and the mesenteric glands were enlarged and caseous, but there was no local recur¬ rence of the new growth.
doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460110055018 fatcat:ndrujdynzzgvvfep75mw2r3mti