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" They are most frequently found in the knee ; next in order of frequency in the elbow, hip, ankle, shoulder, and maxillary joints. They may be single or in hundreds. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of the patella. They are polypoid,... "
A Text-book of Pathology: With a Final Section on Post-mortem Examinations ... - Page 907
by Francis Delafield, Theophil Mitchell Prudden - 1911 - 1114 pages
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A treatise on the diseases of the eye and its appendages, Volume 1

Richard Middlemore - 1835
...there may be one or many of them ; that their form is generally globular, or hemispherical ; and that their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a split pea ; and that, in addition to these lymphatic depositions, the colour of the iris becomes...
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A Hand-book of Post-mortem Examinations and of Morbid Anatomy

Francis Delafield - Anatomy, Pathological - 1872 - 376 pages
...joints. They are most frequently found in the knee ; next in order of frequency, in the elbow, hips, ankle, shoulder, and maxillary joints. They may be...bone in various proportions. These bodies are formed in four different ways. (1.) By hypertrophy of, and production of cartilage and bone in the physiological...
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A Text-book of Practical Medicine: Designed for the Use of Students and ...

Alfred Lebbeus Loomis - Medicine - 1884 - 1102 pages
...single calculi are rare ; eight thousand were found in one case. Their usual number is abont thirty. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a goose egg. In shape they are originally spherical, ovoid, or pear-shaped ; but when there are many...
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A Handbook of Pathological Anatomy and Histology: With an Introductory ...

Francis Delafield, Theophil Mitchell Prudden - 1901 - 819 pages
...in the cavities of the joints. Corpora aliena Articulorum (Loose Cartilages in the Joints). — This name is given to bodies, of various structure and...mulberry-like. They are composed of fibrous tissue, cartilage, aud boiie in various proportions. These bodies are formed by hyperplasia of the syuovial tufts aud...
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A Handbook of pathological anatomy and histology

Francis Delafield - Anatomy, Pathological - 1885 - 575 pages
...joints. They are most frequently found in the knee; next in order of frequency , in the elbow, hips, ankle, shoulder, and maxillary joints. They may be...egg-shaped, or almondshaped; their surface is smooth or facetted, or rough and mulberry-like. They are composed of fibrous tissue, cartilage, and bone in various...
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Handbook of practical medicine, Volume 1

Hermann Eichhorst - Medicine - 1886
...bronchial plugs, Dittrich's plugs) which were proven by Traube to be characteristic of putrid bronchitis. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a finger nail. They are whitish, grayish, or browniHn in color; the whiter they are, the more recent...
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A Manual of diseases of the ear

Albert Henry Buck - Ear - 1889 - 420 pages
...Slze and anatomical texActualsize. (After 1'oiitzer.) ture of aural polypi, very little need be said. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a large bean. In exceptional cases growths as large as those shown in Fig. 63 are encountered, but...
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Transactions of the Clinical Society of London. ...

Clinical Society of London - 1889
...of which hardly project above the surface, some project but are sessile, and some are pedunculated. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a hazel nnt, the majority being perhaps about as large as a pea. The largest have somewhat the appearance...
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A Handbook of pathological anatomy and histology

Francis Delafield - Anatomy, Pathological - 1892 - 715 pages
...joints. They are most frequently found in the knee ; next in order of frequency in the elbow, hips, ankle, shoulder, and maxillary joints. They may be...almond-shaped ; their surface is smooth or faceted, 01 rough and mulberry-like. They are composed of fibrous tissue, cartilage, and bone in various proportions....
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A Compendium of Practical Medicine for the Use of Students and Practitioners ...

Willis Webster Grube - Medicine - 1897 - 663 pages
...Single calculi are rare. Eight thousand were found in one case. Their usual number is about thirty. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of a goose egg. In shape they are originally spherical, ovoid, or pear-shaped, but when they lie in contact...
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