Recent Literature A Pictorial Manikin, or Movable Atlas of the Human Body, showing the position of the Internal Organs by means of superposed Colored Plates . By Professor G. J. Witkowski, M. D., member of the Faculté de Médecine de Paris. English Translation of Text, by Robert Hunter Semple, M. D., F. R. C. P., London. With Introductory Essay and Explanatory Anatomical Index, by Prof. D. A. Loomis, M. D., late Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A., and formerly Professor of Anatomy in the Pennsylvania Medical Colleg ...

1881 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
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 the
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