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Demonstration of simple method by which the adult women may examine their breasts correctly. The third division commences with the third volume, and eighth, or last, which is devoted to elementary surgical operations, and to the modes of operating for the cure of certain affections, not included in either To enter into a minute examination of this vast amount of materials, or work, without speaking of the unnumbered and almost innumerable notes and comments that are appended to these, would carrj?- us far beyond the that we should be thus minute in the exposition of its contents. Unless disagreeable to the patient, light should be freely admitted.
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It was sometimes of a dirty-yellow tint, at others of a brownish-chocolate colour, existing in masses of irregular outline, and of variable size, resembling the typhous deposit previously spoken of, occasionally found in the spleen.