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Having lately had two cases of chronic trouble with the breast under my care, I bring them to the notice of the Society, not on account of any peculiar interest which belongs to these particular cases, but rather because of that which attaches to the class of which they are familiar examples. Case I. A young married woman, aged twentynine, bad had four children, the youngest being two years of age. Eight years ago, with her second child, she liad an abscess of the right breast. With her thirddoi:10.1056/nejm189002271220902 fatcat:umjbhpksuvatbgckhyuibxlcma