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" The left ventricle was very thin and its whole surface was covered with a layer of fat. Beneath this the muscular structure was not a line in thickness... "
Clinical Treatises on the Symptomatology and Diagnosis of Disorders of ... - Page 112
by Edmund von Neusser - 1908
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The Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science, Volume 5

Medicine - 1834
...appearance whatever of muscular fibres, it seemed composed of fat throughout almost its whole substance. The left ventricle was very thin, and its whole surface...the muscular structure was not a line in thickness." This I think will be readily admitted to have been a completely atonic condition of the organ, but...
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London Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 6

1835
...appearance whatever of muscular fibres, it seemed composed of fat throughout almost its whole substance. The left ventricle was very thin, and its whole surface...layer of fat, beneath this the muscular structure was uot a line in thickness.' " This I think will be readily admitted to have been a completely atonic...
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New York State Journal of Medicine, Volume 6

Medicine - 1906
...here and there allowed the fat to appear between its fibres, alone presented any appearance of the muscular structure. The left ventricle was very thin,...and a section of it exhibited more the appearance of a liver than a heart." — Albany Medical Annals, June, 1906. HODGKIN'S DISEASE WITH EOSINOPHILIA....
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, Volume 24

Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 1906
...right auricle was inurfi dilated. The right ventricle appeared to he almost entirely composed of fat. The left ventricle was very thin, and its whole surface...covered with a layer of fat. Beneath this the muscular substance was not a line in thickness : it had degenerated from its natural state, was soft. a,ud easily...
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland: Vol. I-XXXVI and ...

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 1906
...right auricle was much dilated. The right ventricle appeared to be almost entirely composed of fat. The left ventricle was very thin, and its whole surface...covered with a layer of fat. Beneath this the muscular substance was not a line iii thickness ; it had degenerated from its natural state, was soft, and easily...
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