A PATHOLOGIC STUDY OF EIGHTY TUMORS OF THE MAMMARY GLAND, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE OCCURRENCE OF MALIGNANCY

FRITZ CARLETON HYDE
1900 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
came under my observation; he was conveyed to the rear by the men of his own company, and on his way to the field hospital was shot twice while on the stretcher. It certainly seems more than improbable that any soldier would concentrate his fire on a man already disabled. It is more likely that the two last wounds were made by aimless bullets. The modern small caliber weapon sends the deadly missile a distance of three miles, and injuries to non-combatants within this range are unavoidable. It
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doi:10.1001/jama.1900.24610130005001a fatcat:hgbxr4bpcrcovc4pfsm4njuj3e