Book Review Diabetes: Its Pathological Physiology . By John J. R. MacLeod, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H.; professor of physiology, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, O., U. S. A.; late demonstrator of physiology, London Hospital. International Medical Monographs. General editors, Leonard Hill, M.B., F.R.S.; William Bulloch, M.D. London: Edward Arnold. New York: Longmans, Green and Company. 1913

1913 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
said that he had encountered a number of cysts in the neck lined with endothelium, having no apparent connection with the blood system, and had also seen them in the axilla and groin, occurring without trauma. Three of these cases, which in all number less than 20, have been malignant, evidenced by the presence of blood and papillomatous growths of the cyst wall, these papillomata making excision extremely difficult if not impossible. He advised early removal of hygromata to avoid malignancy,
more » ... avoid malignancy, which seems to be a late development. Book Reviews Aids to Gynecology. By S. Jervois Aarons, M.D., Edin.; M.R.C.P., Lond.; gynecologist to St. Anthony's Hospital. Fifth edition, twelfth thousand. New York: William Wood
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