THE AFTER-CARE OF THE INSANE

1907 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
served all over the world by physicians and surgeons hut not recorded, represent merely fortuitous instances of trauma implicating a part in which a sarcoma was just beginning to grow at the time of the accident. It seems much more reasonable to accept the view that the proliferation incited in the tissues by the trauma has failed to cease when the injury has been repaired, but has continued without regard to normal ph}\siologic and anatomic limitations in the form of a malignant neo¬ plasm.
doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530160047006 fatcat:pguarf5xrnfm5h2eopsvdbphgq