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Annals of Surgery
Konigshiitte). During the past two years Wagner has had the opportunity of extirpating calcified retrosternal strumas in three cases, which presented very pronounced symptoms, and which were completely cured by the operation. The first case was that of a thirty-two-year-old woman, who had had five children, the last six months before. Until that time she had been well, but during the pregnancy she developed cough, hoarseness, and frequent loss of breath. These troubles were laid before manydoi:10.1097/00000658-189407000-00091 fatcat:x5ceyekl5fhjvhaie3gtuutqlu