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For salaries 4ii999 63

Balance December 31, 1901 2 45

$143,000 00

Branch Hospital Improvement and Repair Fund—

Balance December 31, 1900 $6,446 29

Expenditures 6,142 00

Balance December 31, 1901 304 29

$6,446 29

Library and Museum —

Balance December 31, 1900 i>i35 17

From sale of clinic tickets i,»90 00

From refunder for overpayment 4 63

• $2,329 80

Expenditures 984 02

Balance December 31, 1901 1,345 78

$2,329 80

Branch Hospital Annex —

Appropriation, 1901 $3,000 00

Expenditures 2,980 09

Balance December 31, 1901 19 91

$3,000 00

Cash Account—

Balance December 31, 1900 2,311 87

Received from pay patients 6,359 82

Received from clinic tickets 1,190 00

Received from ref unfler to Library 4 63

Received from sales 474 19

Received from ambulance service 4* 50

$10,382 01

Paid vouchers 6,828 48

Paid foreign exchange 30 10

Paid physician at Branch Hospital 50 00

Deposited in Library and Museum Fund >ti94 63

Deposited in General Fund 393 28

Balance December 31, 1901 1,885 5^

$10,382 01



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TBA^ININa- SCHOOL FOB NURSES.

The ninth year of the Training - school for Nurses was
completed, with sixty-eight nurses, as follows :

Principal i

Assistant principal i

Experienced nurses 6

Graduates lo

First-year pupils 20

Second-year pupils 21

Probationers 9

Total 68

Number of applications received during 1901 263

Number accepted on probation 42

Number admitted to school 23

Number remaining on probation 9

aBADUATINa CLASS OF 1901.

Ida M. Halboth, Belle Chase Davis,

Lina Wilkinson, ' Ella Maescher,

Addie L. Barrow, Mabel Aldene Sheldon,

Lulu P. Bruce, Alta Owen,

Mary C. Levitt, Bessie Foster Dean,

Emma Mohs, Ettie Robinson,

Anna Jane Kloth, Alice Buer White,

Ethel Anna Vance, Anna- Laura Foster.

The examinations were conducted by Dr. Geo. A. Fackler,
Dr. N. P. Dandridge, and Dr. William H. Taylor, of the
Medical Staff.

The Commencement exercises were held in the amphi-
theater January 14, 1901, at 8 o'clock p. M. Mr. James D.
Parker, President of the Board of Trustees, presided and
made the opening remarks, and was followed by a solo by
Miss Eleanor A. Baine. The Rev. Charles Frederick Goss
delivered the address of the evening. Mr. James D. Parker,
President of the Board of Trustees, presented the diplomas.
The badges were presented with appropriate remarks by
Dr. Christian R. Holmes of the Board of Trustees, and the



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valedictory was delivered by Dr. Joseph Eichberg of the
Medical StaflF; after which a reception was tendered the
members of the graduating class in the medical library
room.

In conclusion, I desire to tender my most sincere thanks
to the members of the Medical StaflF for the faithful and
eflScient services rendered, and the excellent record made
by them during the year. I also desire to express apprecia-
tion of the valuable and efficient services rendered by the
resident physician and the members of the house staflF. I
am also indebted fo the heads of the various departments
for their untiring devotion to duty and for their hearty
cooperation in the discharge of my official duties. And I
desire especially to thank the members of your honorable
Board for the many courtesies extended to me and the
uniform kindness shown me at all times, and for their
valuable assistance in all my efforts to promote the welfare
and advance the interests of the Hospilal. I have the honor
to remain your obedient servant,

JOHN FEHRENBATCH,

Superintendent,



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APOTHECARY'S ANNUAL REPORT.



STATEMENT A.

Estimated value of stock of medicines, liquors, and dressings

on hand January i, 1901 i»44S 7^

Estimated value of stock of rubber goods, sundries, and surgical

instruments on hand January i, 1901 289 32

Medicines purchased during the year 1901 5i975% 43

Wines, liquors, and alcohol purchased during the year 1901. . . if3S7 52

Surgical dressings purchased during the year 1901 .« 4*569 43

Rubber goods and sundries purchased during the year 1901 . . . it64> >9

Surgical instruments purchased and repairs during the year 1901 729 49

Total $16,008 08



STATEMENT B.

Medicines issued during the year 1901

Wines, liquors, and alcohol issued during the year 1901

Surgical dressings issued during the year 1901

Rubber goods and sundries- issued during the year 1901

Surgical instruments issued and repairs during the year 1901 .

Estimated value of stock of medicines on hand January i, 1902.

Estimated value of stock of wines, liquors, and alcohol on hand
January i, 1902

Estimated value of stock of surgical dressings on hand Jan-
uary I, 1902

Estimated value of stock of rubber goods and sundries on hand
January i, 1902

Estimated value of stock of surgical instruments on hand Jan-
uary I, 1902 24 70



5.6S9


21


1.270 75


4.3"


11


i,S«6 03


748


39


1,341


90


244 73


520


38


370


88



Total $16,008 08



STATEMENT 0.

Total number of prescriptions issued during year 1901 53*3^8

Respectfully submitted,

A. W. BAIN,
January i, 1902. Apothecary,



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Report of Resident Physician.



Cincinnati Hospital, January i, 1902.

Hon. John Fehrenbatch, Superintendent:

Dear Sir, — I herewith submit to you a report of the work
done in the reciving department during the year 1961.

The total number of admissions (5,165) shows an in-
crease over that of perhaps any previous year, due to the
number of epidemics which have been prevalent during
this unusually severe winter. The extreme heat of the
summer months caused an increase in the usual number
of heat-cases. The care of all venereal cases sent to the
Hospital by the Department of Health was another factor
in the increase in the number of admissions.

The work outside of the receiving ward has during the
last year been especially heavy. A great number of nurses
and employees of the house have been seriously ill, and
a large number of emergency operations were done in the
public wards.

I wish to thank you for the kindness you have shown to
me, and ask you also to extend my sincere thanks to the
honorable Board of Trustees. I wish to thank all in my
department for their cheeful cooperation at all times.
Respectfully submitted,

WALTER R. GRIESS,

Resident Physician,



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Report of the Physician to the Branch
and annex hospitals.

Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.

To the Honorable the Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Hospital:

Gentlemen, — I have the honor to submit the following
report giving a rdsum^ of the work accomplished at the
Branch and Annex Hospitals during the year 1901.



Branch Hospital for Consumptives.

During the year 300 patients have received treatment;
of these, 44 were in the Hospital at the beginning of the
year, and 256 afterward admitted ; of these, 58 remain.

The following table will show the progressively-increasing
usefulness of the institution, and proves the possibility of
voluntarily isolating persons with pulmonary tuberculosis.

When the Hosprital was opened for the treatment of per-
sons with pulmonary tuberculosis — ^July 8, 1897 — ^^^ fifteen
patients with this disease were in the Cincinnati Hospital.

TABLB No. 1.



Average number of patients in Hospital-
First quarter

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

Average for year

Number at end of year

Number of persons under treatment. . . .



1897



19
21
20
21
64



1898



28
3"
32
28
30
32
180



1899



40
34
35
44
38
44
204



I
1900 1901



55
48
41
37
45
44
276





50
61

53

58

300



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The accompanying tables (No. 2 to No. 5) will give
synopses of interesting statistics.

The advantage which is now to be taken of the improve-
ments made during the preceding year will greatly enhance
the usefulness and results of the institution. The increased
room available will also better permit the isolation of in-
cipient cases from the more advanced. It will also enable
us to accommodate the constantly - increasing number of
those who wish to obtain the advantages the institution
offers.

I wish to acknowledge the kindness of the Trustees in
providing many improvements and conveniences.

Our Superintendent, Mr. Fehrenbatch, as heretofore, has
been indefatigable in his efforts to provide for our needs,
and by his interest in the institution has greatly furthered
the purpose for which it was established.

Miss Ringold, the head nurse and matron, has rendered
invaluable services. Her executive ability, coupled with
her interest in her work, has made her labors indispensable.

Too much praise can not be given the assistant nurses
for their faithful and sympathetic care of those placed in
their charge.

The Annex Hospital

For smallpox patients has been open during nearly the
entire year, the interim being in the summer months, from
August 19th to October 26th. One patient was under treat-
ment at the beginning of the year and 155 were afterward
admitted ; of these, 19 remain.

Two patients died of the disease, making the mortality
rate 1.3 %. One patient also died of locomotor ataxia several
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The accompanying tables will give an outline of the
work of the institution.

It gives me great pleasure to acknowledge the untiring
and faithful services of Mrs. Mutcheler and Miss Moore,
who in their capacity as nurses have been untiring and
faithful in the performance of their duties.
Respectfully submitted,

B. F. LYLE,
Physician to Branch and Annex HospOah.



TABLB No. 2.
ShQwiner Acre, Color, Sex, and Duration of DiMaae.



Males . .



r White..
IColored



Females. .



I White..
Icolored



Total.



A0E9



46

5
9

I

611 32



172
.41
67
20

300



Ddration of Disease



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172
4>
67
ao



86j 73 74 29 38 300



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TABI«B No. 8.
Showlnfir A^e, Color, Sex, and Duration of DiseasQ of Patients who Died.





Ages


Duration of Disease




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14


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1


9
7


9
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I


I


I


72


4

2


9

3


3
6


3

2


I


7


22


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I




2


I


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2


16


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2

4


6

25


31


2

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13


I
7


13
96


5
25


4
26


I
18


9


3
12


6


>3
n6


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TABLB Ko. 4.
Duration of Residence in Hospital.



I^ischarged — Improved


B

V

7

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108


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to

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29

28

21

7
6

91


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12

7
4

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69

77
96

28


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Died ;


1
I
5


2
4
3

9


2

2


Remaining — Improved


Remaining — Unimproved

Totals


30
300





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TABLE No. 6.
Showlnfir Inorease in Weights.



Number of patients.



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go



Nativity of Patients —

Americans 194

Germans 11

Irish 22

Negroes 61

Other nationalities 12

Immediate Causes of Death —

Exhaustion . . 53

Hemophysis 3

Septicaemia ^^



Pneumo-hydrothorax.

Nephritis ,

Acute peritonitis

Entero-colitis

Suicide



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Mortality rate 1.3 per cent.

Average duration of stay
23.72 days.

Total days treatment 3,701.


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Report of the Medical Staff.



Cincinnati, January i, 1902.

To the Honorable Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Hospital :

Gentlemen, — The following report of the medical service

of the hospital, as arranged by the Registrar, P. Alfred Mar-

chand, under instruction of the Staff, is herewith respectfully

submitted.

GEO. A. FACKLER, M. D.,

President Medieal Staff,

TABLB No. 1.
Distinffuishiofir the Departments, Sex, and Besult.



Departmbnt



Medical

Neurol 0(<loal —

Surgical

DermatolofTlcal.

Orthopaedic

Laryngologlcal..

Ophthalmic

Obstetrical

GyneBCological..
Children



Total..



Total



1.413
Ifrl
797
382
17
85
88



291



3,257



559

91

156

612

11

43

30

194

212

218

2,126



Well



M. F.



678
28
422
167
5
38
15



173



1,516



243
23
73

9ftK

2

23

12

169



1.078



Improved



M. F.



346

92

258

213

7

34

59



58



1,067



144

38
43
277

7
15
16

9
90
61



Unchanged



M. F.



165
40
42
11
2
9
14



804



94
23
10
27
1
3
2
8
19
10

197



Died
M. F.



234
24

7.>
1
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4



:k





! 5

39 j 30

370 161



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TABLB No. 2.

DiatlmrntBhing Average Besidence in Hospital (Days), Department, and
Sex of Patients Discharged and Died.



Department.

i-

Medical

Neurological

Surgical

t>ermatoIogical

Orthopaedic

Laryngological

Ophthalmic

Obstetrical

Gynaecological

Children

Total



Discharged



Male



23J
39i

553
i4l
26}



26}



30J



Female



22

I9f

32i

21}

56

19

30

29I

27t



28}



Died



Male



241
8i

"4
«9

37i
159



38^



Female



323
62

14

35
7

i5i

13



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TABLB No. 8.
Showlnfir the Age and Sex of Patients Discharged and Died.



Under i year

Between i and 5
** 5 and 10
" 10 and 15
" 15 and 20
" 20 and 30
" 30 and 40
^* 40 and 50
" 50 and 60
** 60 and 70
" 70 and 80
** 80 and 90
" 90 and 100

Unknown



years .



Total.



DiSCHABGKD



Males



26
74
85
69

>75

68s

622

562

319

183

54

12

2

19



2,887



Females



21

15

2

I

12

52
78

68
52
33
21
I
I
14



371



DiKD



Males



17
68
68

35
306
860
241

H7

116

62

28

8



1,964



Females



18

7

3

2

8

33

30

26

«3

8
8

2
I
2



161



TABLB Ko. 4.
Showlnfir the Sex and Sooial Belation of Patients Disoharyed and Died.



Married . .
Single...
Widowed
Unknown

Total




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TA3LB No. 6.
Showlnfir the Nativity and Sex of Patients Disohar^ed and Died.



Austria

Belgium ....

Canada

Colored

Denmark.. .«
England ....

France

Germany ....

Holland

Ireland

Italy

Russia

Scotland ....

Sweden

Switzerland .

Syria

United States
Unknown . . . ,
Wales

Total . . . .



Male



7

2
II

544
I

30
17

213
3

125
10

5

6

2

16

2

1,969

293



3.257



Female



3
162

6

3
62

I
81

8
4



1,649
147



2,126



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TABI«B No. 6.
Showing Occupation of Male Fatienta Diachaived and Died*



Actors 3

Agents 15

Architects 2

Bakers 12

Barbers 24

Barkeepers 15

Bellboys I

Belttnakers I

Blacksmiths * 21

Boatmen 25

Boilermakers 6

Bookbinders 3

Bookkeepers 14

Bootblacks 8

Boxmaker i

Brassfinisher i

Brassworkers 2

Brakemen 2

Bridgebuilders 3

Bricklayers 5

Broommakers 2

Brickniakers 2

Brewers 14

Butlers 3

Butchers 27

Brushmakers 2

Cabinetmakers 7

Candymakers 2

Capmakers 2

Carriagemakers 3

Carriage-painters 7

Carriage-trimmers 4

Carpenters 39

Canvassers 3

Car-inspector i

Cigarmakers 15

Clerks 32

Conductors 8

Cloth-cutters 8

Coachmen 5

Collectors 3

Contractors 2

Cooks 28

Coopers 17

Dairymen 3

Dealers 2

Decorator i

Dentists 2

Designer 1

Detectives 2

Dishwashers 2

Drivers 152



Druggists 4

Dyer i

Electricians 2

Engineers 12

Farmers 32

Firemen 29

Florists 6

Foundryman i

Fresco-painter i

Gamblers 2

Gardeners 13

Glassblowers 5

Glazier 1

Grocer 1

llarnessmakers 2

Hodcarriers 7

Horseshoers A 5

Horse-trainer 1

Hostlers 20

H uckster 1

Ironworkers 5

Janitors 4

Jewelers 3

iockeys 2

^aborers 963

Lawyers 2

Leadworkers 10

Lecturers 2

Linemen 4

Lion-tamer i

Lithographer i

Loafer i

Machinists 73

Marble-polishers 5

Messengers 3

Miller i

Millhand 1

Millwright i

M iners 3

Musicians S

Molders 23

Motormen 3

No occupation 593

N urses 5

Opticians 2

Painters 70

Paper-cutter i

Paper-hangers 8

Peddlers 46

Photographers 3

Physicians 7

Phrenologist i



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TABLE No. 6— Continued.



Pile-driver i

Pianomakers 2

Pipefitters 4

Platers 2

Plasterers 5

Potters 4

Policemen 4

Porters 64

Preachers 4

Printers 21

Plumbers 7

Pugilist I

Ragpickers 2

Rangemaker i

Reporter i

Railroadmen 12

Riggers 3

Roofers 3

Salesmen 32

Sawyer i

Sawmaker i

Sofamakers 2

Sailor i

Saloonkeepers 3

Shoemakers 45

Shoecutters 6

Showman i

Signwriters 2

Solicitors 7

Soapmakers 3



Soldiers 4

Stockingmaker i

Stonemasons 12

Stenographers 4

Stonecutters 6

Stewards 2

Stovemaker i

Students 3

Switchmen 6

Tailors 20

Tanners 7

Telegraph operators 2

Tinners 9

Tobacconists 11

Trunkmaker i

Typesetters 3

Umbrellamaker i

Unknown 279

Varnishers 4

Veterinary surgeons 3

Waiters 56

Watchmen 5

Whitewashers . 4

Wireworker i

Woodcarver i

Woodworkers 3

Yeastmaker i

Total 3,257



TABLE No. 7.
Showing' Occupation of Female Patients Dlsoharfired and Died.



Actresses 5

Baker i

Cigarmakers 18

Cooks 47

Cloakmaker i

Domestics 452

Dressmaker i

Dyer i

Factory hands 3

Farmer i

Housewives 389

Hairdresser i

Janitress i

Laundresses 35

Milliners 2



Nurses 10

No occupation 364

Prostitutes 628

Paper-boxmaker i

Peddlers 2

Ragpickers 2

Saleswomen 6

Seamstresses 19

Shoemaker i

Tobacconists 4

Tailoresses 11

Unknown 120

Total 2,126



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REPORT OF DISEASES, INJURIES, &c.

Arranged by P. Alfred Marchand, Registrar.



GENERAL DISEASES.



Smallpox

with scarlet fever

Chickenpox

Measles

with septicaemia

with meningitis

with lohar pneumonia

with broncho-pneumonia

Scarlet fever

with nephritis

Influenza

with bronchitis

Whooping-cough

Mumps

Diphtheria

with measles

with erysipelas

with paralysis of the heart

with broncho-pneumonia

Typhoid fever

with measles ...

with mumps

with erysipelas

with spastic paraplegia

with otitis media purulenta

with phlegmasia dolens

with mitral insufficiency

with pericarditis and endocarditis.

with lobar pneumonia

with noma

with acute nephritis

with abortion

with pemphigus

with typhoid spine

with perforation

with perforation and peritonitis. . .

with intestinal haemorrhage



6S



32



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Dysentery, acute

chronic

catarrhal

Malarial fever

Erysipelas, simple

with delirium tremens

with oedema of uvula and fauces.

with nephritis

with abscesses

phlegmonous

Pyaemia

Septicemia

Tetanus

Tuberculosis.

Syphilis, primary

secondary

hereditary

tertiarv



gumma

Gonorrhoea

Starvation

Alcoholism, acute

chronic

delirium tremens

delirium tremens, with chronic nephritis.
Rheumatism, acute

subacute

chronic

syphilitic

gonorrhoeal



Gout.

Osteo-arthritis

Cyst, neck

with bronchial tumor

Fatty tumor, neck

Hematoma, leg

Lipoma, ankle

Malignant disease, groin and thigh

Sarcoma, nose

Carcinoma, maxilla

axilla

breast

Epithelioma, lip

breast

Rickets

with bronchitis

Ansemia

Chlorosis

Diabetes mellitus

Debility

Old age



II

4

2

19

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NERVOUS SYSTEM.



Nerves :



Neuritis

Multiple neuritis

toxic, from alcohol.

Spinal Cord:



Myelitis, chronic

tranverse

traumatic

Spinal meningeal haemorrhage.
Primary spastic paraplegia

specific .*

locomotor ataxia



Brain and its Membranes:

Meningitis, acute

with lobar pneumonia

with acute nephritis

tubercular, with broncho-pneumonia

purulent

syphilitic

pachymeningitis, externa

leptomeningitis, congestion and oedema lungs

cerebro-spinal

(a) specific

Haemorrhage, cerebral

meningeal, with internal injuries

Abscess

Subdural haemorrhage

Congestion

Chronic meningeal oedema

CEdema, brain and lungs

Bulbar paralysis

Tumor

Embolism

Thrombosis, abscess of brain



FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS.



Paralysis

crutch

with jaundice

paraplegia

hemiplegia

hemiplegia, with senile dementia.

pseudo hypertrophic muscular. . . .
Chorea

major, with abortion

Convulsions

with uraemia





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hystero-epilepsy . . .
Laryngismus stridulus.

Vertigo

Neuralgia

intercostal

sciatica

Hysteria •

Hiccough

Neurasthenia

Aphasia

CaiRson disease

Parkinson's disease



MENTAL DISEASES.



Idiocy

anAieurotic

Mania, acute

Melancholia, acute.-. .

maniacal . . *

hypochondriacal . .
Dementia

with enteritis

senile

traumatic

paralytic

alcoholic

Insanity

temporary

paranoia

(a) traumatic.



DISEASES OF THE EYE.



Conjunctiva :

Conjunctivitis, catarrhal. . . .

acute

blenorrhoea neonatorum . .

phlyctenular

follicular

granular

Pterygium

Subconjunctival haemorrhage.



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Keratitis, ulcerative

Staphyloma

Abscess



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Papillary sclerosis .



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syphilitic

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sympathetic

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traumatic

Hernia, foreign body in eye.



Choroid and Ciliary Body:



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