. Röntgen ray diagnosis and therapy . e areaof mammary amputation re-mained normal. From the observations ofthe case illustrated by Figs.278 and 279 valuable informa-tion can be gained. At the time the patient was presented to the American Therapeutic So-ciety, May 15, 1902, she was fifty-nine years old. She began tosuffer from carcinoma of the breast ten years before. After having been operated upon ten timesshe enjoyed fairly good health(Fig. 278). The result of theauthors first operation, per-formed in February, 1894, wasillustrated in the ClinicalRecorder, October, 1896 (Fig.279). She had

. Röntgen ray diagnosis and therapy . e areaof mammary amputation re-mained normal. From the observations ofthe case illustrated by Figs.278 and 279 valuable informa-tion can be gained. At the time the patient was presented to the American Therapeutic So-ciety, May 15, 1902, she was fifty-nine years old. She began tosuffer from carcinoma of the breast ten years before. After having been operated upon ten timesshe enjoyed fairly good health(Fig. 278). The result of theauthors first operation, per-formed in February, 1894, wasillustrated in the ClinicalRecorder, October, 1896 (Fig.279). She had Stock Photo
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. Röntgen ray diagnosis and therapy . e areaof mammary amputation re-mained normal. From the observations ofthe case illustrated by Figs.278 and 279 valuable informa-tion can be gained. At the time the patient was presented to the American Therapeutic So-ciety, May 15, 1902, she was fifty-nine years old. She began tosuffer from carcinoma of the breast ten years before. After having been operated upon ten timesshe enjoyed fairly good health(Fig. 278). The result of theauthors first operation, per-formed in February, 1894, wasillustrated in the ClinicalRecorder, October, 1896 (Fig.279). She had not asked medicaladvice until a year after thefirst signs had shown them-selves. There was an exten-sive carcinomatous area thenof the left breast, the axillaryglands also being involved.The extensive destruction andthe pain appealed to her at last. It is self-evident thatFig. 276.—Carcinomatous Tumor of -, , , , -, Inferior Maxilla and Submaxil- under the Circumstances theart Tissues. (Compare Fig. 275.) author had to perform a very. 400 THE RONTGEN RAYS

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