In March last I gave to the Pathological Society of London an account of a case of green pigment degeneration of the heart, which has been published in the sixth volume of the Transactions of that Society. In a foot-note on p. 141 of the Transactions, I stated that I had since had an opportunity of examining the heart of a man, aged fifty-four, who died of disease of the brain (apoplexy from atheromatous arteries), which presented features analogous to those described in my first observation.

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