Chest Traumata

F. T. MURPHY
1911 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
with this patient before operation, he has since been sputum-free. Four other successful removals of a lobe of the lung are now on record. I firmly believe that resection will be an established treatment of lobar bronchiectasis. A " vicious circle " exists, however, in that death is not the alternative to operation in the suitable cases, and the internist must be convinced of
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