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SURGEON TO THE GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY. ON the 18th of February last a child was brought to me from the Highlands of Scotland, said to have a swelling on its head. I expected to find it a nsevus, but, when it was uncovered, was surprised to find it like a wen or cyst, situated in the coronal region, an inch and a half posterior to the anterior fontanelle, nearly right over the suture between the two parietal bones, and about an inch anterior to the angle of the lamboidal suture. Its size wasdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)49947-3 fatcat:m7c3lbzt2vbphomnvkprqgqsia