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There is, moreover, a mechanical danger which has been little alluded to by authors, and is yet of a most serious kind. My anaesthetists have from time to time been impressed with this teaching, and all have admitted to me that they have seen nothing but good come of the practice. There can of course be nothing which will act upon a crippled man as a more powerful deterertt to effort towards economic independence than the idea that a doubtful or temporary success will cause the forfeiture of an advantage which continued idleness will inevitably ensure. In the case of cancer of the head of the pancreas previously communicated by me, very numerous bits of striated cream muscle-fibers were found, in the main with the structure distinctly preserved. The dangers of such premature or unauthorized deliveries are very great; from time to time the daily press reports acts of violence, and murders committed, by men immediately after their forced dischdrge from an institution which hitherto protected both them and society. In the same way the inteiruments of the forearm participated in this remarkably hypertrophied condition, and though its circumference was not seized upon to so great an extent, yet all along its inferior and posterior surface the same change was strikingly developed. I take it that we have here to do with subsequent conditions and secondary changes dependent upon the abnormal constitution of the blood," In my fifth observation the simple hyperplasia was accompanied by another anatomical appearance: small caseous areas were found in the swollen glands.
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