1890 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
whitish color, over which passed yellowish fibres, probably strands of the scaled nerve. Microscop¬ ically the interior showed an entire absence of nervous elements and a section exhibited fat cells, abundant fibrous tissue, some spindle cells and numerous free nuclei near the enlarged and di¬ lated blood-vessels." Hutchinson came to the conclusion, after a very exhaustive examination, that his case was un¬
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