WESTERN MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY. FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1861

1861 The Lancet  
Dr. BROADBENT likewise exhibited a specimen of hernia which had occurred in a man, and which had been reduced en masse bsfore admission to the hospital. The symptoms were not very severe. He died of a low form of pneumonia, and after death it was found that the sac and the hernia had been reduced together. Mr. Hulke, Mr. Nunn, and Dr. Broadbent were associated to report on the specimen of hernia reduced en masse. CANCER OF (ESOPHAGUS.
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