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460 MR. NUNNELEY ON CATARACT. The chancre, hitllerto indolent,becomes, when gangrene sets in, painful and irritable ; its surface is dotted with black spots, and cannot better be compared than to the aspect of the sore consequent on furunculus. Indurated chancre, whatever be its particular form, is also remarkable by the extreme frequency of the occurrence of,secondary symptoms after it.doi:10.1136/bmj.s1-6.153.460 fatcat:ptdh7htvq5gu3hoqcnmhegaxpy