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A survey of 2,830 autopsies at Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago, was made and a report of 138 patients whose deaths were attributable to pulmonary hemorrhage were analyzed. Selective cases were described in detail to illustrate the different mechanisms of massive hemorrhage and a review of the literature given.
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