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1880 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Oct. 30, M88o.] THE BRITISH MEDICAL 7OURNAL. 705 and firmly impacted in the skull at a spot corresponding to the wound in the soft parts, just below and behind the anterior inferior angle of the parietal bone. With some force it was extracted, and was then found to have penetrated the skull for about one-fourth of an inch, driving before it a disc of bone of the size of a threepenny-piece. The base of the bullet (originally conical) was that which had first been seen; the part projecting into
more » ... t projecting into the skull being the fore part of it, now nothing but a ragged lamina of lead, about one-fourth of an inch long, as stated above.
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