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cases of phthisis occurring at the Carney Hospital. In the first there was little left of the right lung, an enormous cavity taking up all but a small portion of the lower lobe behind. There was a round ulcer of the stomach situated on the lesser curvature near the pylorus, and about as large as a quarter of a dollar. Tuberculous ulcers were also found in the-intestine. The case was of long standing, and nothing in thedoi:10.1056/nejm188102031040508 fatcat:akfrdijczfbbjowqw5rdg5phnq