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A Treatise on Tumours. By R. Warren, M.D., p. 519.
Treatise on Diseases of the Eye, 3rd Edition, p. 622.
Mr. R. Smith says (Medical Press, vol. v. p. 148), those tumours incline most towards the temporal fossæ.
Dr. Carswell, Op. Cit. Fas. No. 3, Art. Milan.
See a review of cases recorded in a Clinical Report by Dr. Ballingall, 1828. Johnson's Journal, April 1st, 1828, p. 258.
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Byron, L. Cases, with observations on certain malignant diseases of the head and face. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science 21, 364–400 (1842). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02964981
- Optic Nerve
- Malignant Disease
- Soft Part
- Lower Eyelid
- Oblique Muscle