TWO RECENT CASES
THE York case of recurrent sarcoma was published in a scientific and medical journal, which is not readily accessible. To the editor of the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Major W. H. Horrocks, R.A.M.C., I am indebted for permission to republish Captain F. W. Lambelle’s report to the War Office, and my acknowledgments and thanks to him and to my friend Captain F. W. Lambelle, R.A.M.C., may be expressed here for their consent to the republication with the original photographs. The report, which speaks for itself, was published, with three photographs, by the War Office of Great Britain in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, No. 3, vol. xiv., March, 1910, pp. 316-318. It is as follows:
A.—A FURTHER REPORT OF THE CASE OF PENSIONER
W. DU T., LATE DRUMMER, No. 5669, PERMANENT
STAFF, 4TH BATTALION WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT,
BY CAPTAIN F. W. LAMBELLE, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL
CORPS, WITH THREE PHOTOGRAPHS.
Admitted to Military Hospital, York, on January ix, 1909, suffering from sarcoma of left upper jaw.
Operations for the removal of the growth were performed on January 12, 1909, and on March 2, 1909.
Section* of the growth submitted to the Royal Army
* Scientific accuracy demands a correction here. In the copies of the official documents relating to the case, on March 2, 1909, Captain Lambelle writes of sending “a pathological specimen “—