It appears to be of a peculiar character, and one that has not yet been determined by the chemist That the colour of the blood is not owing to the peroxide of iron which it contalnii. The only complication was two sinuses, through which the silk sutures closing the diaphragm ultimately escaped.

Nitrate of silver, sugar of lead, sulphate of iron, iodine, et cetera, have all lost their reputation for limiting the spread.

Complete recovery followed the operation. Guide pratique pour I'emploi des reraMes Sell melz (Hugo).

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Few of us, I take it, are familiar with the manifestations at the time of the lesion, and hence my reason for placing on record a case that I was fortunate enough to observe from the beginning of the attack.

Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

Thomas King - Shoeburyness