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LECTURE III. GENTLEMEN,-Most of the cases given were perhaps too little advanced to manifest secondary growths discoverable by clinical investigation, and in only three of them was the disease watched to the end and a post-mortem examination made. In these the glands along the internal iliac vessels, and in one those along the spine, were cancerous. The sacro-uterine ligaments were not'affected in any of them, but the cellular tissue around the cervix and in the broad ligaments was diseased indoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)23461-3 fatcat:myxdjt3vtbgrdbs52kfwqbwvda