1852 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
perhaps a quart of fluid, a part of which was pus. Upon the anterior part of the stomach was an opening as large as a dime, with only the slightest remnant of a thin membrane which had covered it. The walls of this ulcer were of the thickness of two thirds of an inch, and its breadth perhaps two inches. A patch of highly-inflamed mucous membrane, of the size of a quarter of a dollar, bordered upon this thickened
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