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414 died on the sixth day. The urethra was the seat of a slight excoriation near the fossa, navicularis, but otherwise healthy, so far as respects inflammation, as were also the bladder, kidneys, and other viscera. On examining the prostate, however, its venous plexus, and especially the veins which surround the vesiculte seminales, were in an evident state of inflammation. Here, then, is a case where a superficial examination would have led to nothing beyond the mysterious coincidence of fataldoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)40627-7 fatcat:hflc72bpendaha4zpub2sh7r2a