Gestation at Advanced Age

G. F. Jackson
1857 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
side. She paid little attention to it for a week, when she found a string of ulcers, with ragged edges and foul surface, extending for about IJ inches in length and half an inch in width. About a week after, she saw a redness on the dorsum and root of the penis, which at the end of a week had become a foul ulcer of the size of a five cent piece. Thinking it arose from the irritation of the urine, she paid no attention to it, and could consequently not say how it begun-whether by papule, bulla,
more » ... r pustule, or whether there was any discharge before the formation of the ulcer.
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