NINETIETH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE British Medical Association

@article{NINETIETHAM,
  title={NINETIETH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE British Medical Association},
  author={},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  volume={2},
  pages={1103 - 1113}
}
  • Published 9 December 1922
  • British Medical Journal
J1laiignant 7uizours. 1. Tar applied for 5 months. The skin was rough when the tar was stopped, but the hair grew again. A month afterwards the skin was very rough and scabby. In 38 days there was doubtful growth under a scab which was pulled off. In 45 days there was definite horn formation, with doubtful basal induration. By the end of 2 months tumour formation had progressed, but the induration was still doubtful. The horn was broken off in handling. The mouse died in 71 days, and…