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in the most misty and obscure of terms

Fig. 1.
(Case A 258233). Extensive filling defect on the posterior wall on the pars media of the stomach.
U Minn copy (top); U Toronto copy (bottom), both cropped to round
illustrating Edward Starr Judd and Fred. W. Rankin. “Haemangiomas of the Gastro-Intestinal tract.” Annals of Surgery 26 (1922) : 28-34
University of Minnesota copy, digitized October 4, 2013
University of Toronto copy, no date of digitization

“The symptoms are so ill-defined that in all cases of obscure”   63
“The English language is not peculiar in its possibility of shrouding a definite idea in the most misty and obscure of terms”   70

17 May 2015

mists; obscurities; rounds; signs and symptoms
E. S. Judd & F. W. Rankin, “Haenmangiomas” (1922)