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" In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular sarcoma, tumors have disappeared under prolonged X-ray treatment. In nearly every one of these cases, however, that has been carefully traced to final... "
Progressive Medicine - Page 178
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St. Louis Courier of Medicine, Volume 34

1906 - 400 pages
...1. That the x-ray exerts a powerful influence upon cancer cells of all varieties, but most markedly in cases of cutaneous cancer. 2. In some cases, chiefly...epithelioma the entire tumor may disappear, probably bv reason of fatty degeneration ot the tumor cells with subsequent absorption. 3. In a much smaller...
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The Journal of the Michigan State Medical Society, Volume 4

1905 - 640 pages
...Sarcoma. — The results of the X-ray treatment of malignant tumors up to the present time have proven: 1. That the X-ray exerts a powerful influence upon...reason of fatty degeneration of the tumor cells with subseauent absorption. 3. In a mucn smaller питЪег оГ cases oí deepseated tumors, chiefly...
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Devoted to the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Uses of Electricity ..., Volume 2

1906 - 498 pages
...own, that have been kept track of to their final conclusion, leads Coley to conclude as follows: " i. That the X-ray exerts a powerful influence upon cancer..."3. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular sarcoma, tumors have disappeared under prolonged...
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The Columbus Medical Journal, Volume 29

1905 - 626 pages
...influence upon the cancer cells of all varieties, but most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. II. In some cases, chiefly in superficial epithelioma,...degeneration of the tumor cells with subsequent absorption. III. In a much smaller number of cases of depeseated tumors, chieflv cancer of the breast and glandular...
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Report of the Collis P. Huntington Fund for Cancer Research and of ..., Volume 1

Memorial Center for Cancer and Allied Diseases (New York, N. Y.), Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases of New York City. Collis P. Huntington Fund for Cancer Research - Cancer - 1905 - 512 pages
...powerful influence upon cancer cells of all varieties, but most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. II. In some cases, chiefly in superficial epithelioma,...degeneration of the tumor cells with subsequent absorption. III. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular...
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Detroit Medical Journal, Volume 5

1905 - 372 pages
...powerful Influence upon cancer cells of all varieties, most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. II. In some cases, chiefly In superficial epithelioma,...degeneration of the tumor cells with subsequent absorption. III. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular...
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The Journal of Physical Therapy. V. 1-2, Volume 1

1906 - 664 pages
...most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. II. In some cases, chiefly in superficial epitheliomata, the entire tumor may disappear, probably by reason...degeneration of the tumor cells- with subsequent absorption. III. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular...
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The Archives of Physiological Therapy, Volume 2

Medicine - 1906 - 450 pages
...own, that have been kept track of to their final conclusion, leads Coley to conclude as follows : " 1. That the X-ray exerts a powerful influence upon...degeneration of the tumor cells with subsequent absorption. there has been a local or general return of the disease within a few months to two years. " 4. In view...
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Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of women

Harry Sturgeon Crossen - 1911 - 1076 pages
...powerful influence upon cancer cells of all varieties, but most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. ?. In some cases, chiefly in superficial epithelioma,...3. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular sarcoma, tumors have disappeared under prolonged...
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 153, Issue 2

Medicine - 1905 - 852 pages
...varieties, but most marked in cases of cutaneous cancer. «Annal» of Surgery, August, 1905, p. 161. " 2. In some cases, chiefly in superficial epithelioma,...3. In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular sarcoma, tumors have disappeared under prolonged...
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