1844 The Lancet  
309 as to the possibility of effecting a cure without extirpation, but without something on which to ground my argument, some facts to communicate, I prefer observing silence. In the case of this patient pressure is the only remedy which I have not employed among those Mr. Brown has referred to in his paper, but as I am daily anticipating a return of her symptoms, I shall make a trial of his favourite pressure, after the spontaneous effort of nature, should that reoccur, or after tapping, if I am compelled to have recourse to that.
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