London Medical and Physical Journal, Jan. 1823

1823 The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery and the Collateral Branches of Science  
portion of the jaw, many liltle abscesses, which left as many fistulous points, with projecting fungus ; examination of these fistulas discovered the bone to be naked. Some days after it was moveable, and many fragments were extracted, which formed, on each side, a complete circle, on which the marks of the saw were visible. The wound now cicatrized, fifty days after the opera-
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