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The lesions found after death and the course of the disease, however, are widely different, and no family history of haemophilia can be traced. During the progress of rapid malignant disease, however, fever is likely to occur, and in the last stages it may be of a hectic type.
The other half of the fibers in each nerve do not cross in the chiasm, but continue through the brain by a path which leads to the visual center on the same side of the body as the eye in which they arose.
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