The British Medical Journal

The British Medical Journal

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A second lobe had been partially excised by clean cutting and without crushing, a large raw surface being left. ... The time taken, and the amount of handling necessary for this, are less than was required for the removal of one lobe in my earlier operations. ... If one gets off the track, the haemorrhage may be appallin and unconvtrollable. ... THE persistence and development of th roid remains in the posterior third of the ton ue are e least usual of the aberrations to which the t yroid glandanbsp;...

Title:The British Medical Journal
Publisher: - 1909

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