1858 The Lancet  
480 the cavity of the abdomen, and so pressed upon the lymphatic vessels as to materially interfere with the circulation through them, which thus accounted for the peculiarly distinctive ' , nature of the swelling of the whole of the right leg, so con-' , spicuous in many cases of scirrhous, perhaps more commonly met with, as a rule, in the arm than in the leg, an example of which is at present under treatment at the Cancer Hospital, in a young woman, aged thirty, with cancer of the breast and
more » ... of the breast and , , axilla.
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