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Reply to Abel.

“I know of no instance in which such slit-like openings have been observed in the pulmonary artery in this situation. The first idea thatpresents itself is this might be artifacts produced accidentally…”

Albright, Fuller. – Massachusetts Gen. Hospital, Boston

“I recently had a case of right-sided arch of the aorta with esophageal obstruction. I found a case in the German literature, which seems identical with my case, in which the obstruction was apparently due to the right subclavian artery passing be...

Reply to Albright

“Regarding your case of right aortic artery arch, I might say that while an anomalous right subclavian artery does cause oesophageal obstruction, which is not commonly associated with right aortic arch, and unless you have some definite reason to ...

Allen, Jr., Fred H. – Newton Center, Mass

Correspondence between Abbott and Allen related to his first year thesis at Harvard University. He requires bibliographic references to similar cases for his paper. “I have a heart of which was removed at autopsy from a child of seven months old w...

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