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1881 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
The lungs themselves were so congested as to yield an almost solid resistance on palpation, and incision showed the congestion to be uniform nearly throughout. The aortic valve of the heart was slightly insufficient, kidneys granular, the left more so than the right. On opening the left ventricle of the heart in situ, quite a large number of air bubbles rushed out. None were seen in the right ventricle. The left ventricle contained considerable blood in a fluid state, the right but little. No
more » ... agula found. The blood was strongly acid in reaction.
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