Aneurismal Tumors of the Heart.
WHEN, from some obstruction in the valves, the blood cannot easily pass out of an auricle or a ventricle, its inner walls may become unable to bear the distending force, and giving way, let the blood through against the outer coats, which stretch, and swell out into the shape of a tumor, the inside of the tumor becoming a regular sac. Such a state of things constitutes an aneurism of the heart. Of course it is a very grave disease.
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