PARALYSIS OF VOLITION IN A BOY OF FOURTEEN YEARS

1858 The Lancet  
history of the case, however, did not favour the supposition of its being cancer. The peculiarity of such a case as this is, that medullary cancer should be growing for so many years without pursuing the ordinary course of that form of disease. The patient is going on well, and will most probably recover from the effects of the operation. MAMMARY GLANDULAR TUMOUR. ON the same occasion as the operation in the previous instance, a female, aged thirty-five years, was brought into the theatre with
more » ... o the theatre with the mammary glands much enlarged, the right very much larger than the left, but neither affected with malignant dis-. ease.
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