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February 6, 1967

Two Case Reports by Richard Bright

JAMA. 1967;199(6):395. doi:10.1001/jama.1967.03120060093015
Abstract

Case1  Jan 29, 1827Very Greatly emaciatedKidney and Liver tuberculatedLeft mamma affected with a hard tumour of irregular form of size of a fist nearly—one or two other tumours of equal hardness of size of marbles on the left arm just under the skin and one or two more about the body—the skin not at all discoloured over the hard lump.The Pleura covering the lungs particularly near the lower part sprinkled with hard tubercles running about half an inch in some cases into the substance of lung. The pleura costalis sprinkled with same and the ribs rendered very brittle at the parts where these most numerous so that fracture had taken place in one part. One tubercle of considerable size high up in angle of right cavity of chest.The Liver pervaded throughout with tubercles of different sizes from a pea to a small apple. On surface

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