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The following case is reported as being of interest because of the comparative rarity of the condition, the interesting operative findings and the recovery of the patient. History.\p=m-\S.P. T., a mulatto laborer of good habits, aged 56, was seen first, March 3, 1910. He had had typhoid fever in his teens; an operation for hemorrhoids at 30, and for ten or twelve years preceding the present illness, more or less "stomach trouble" aggravated by chewing tobacco, and characterized by gas, sorenessdoi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570260024015 fatcat:r7xwwhz2urakzi6gzsbex6woyq