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I do not know whether there are any recorded instances of hæmatoma of the ear in animals. I have, however, lately observed a well-marked hæmatoma of the left ear of a half-bred Persian cat. It occurred soon after she had produced kittens, and without the slightest sign of any injury having caused it. This particular kind of cat is said to be specially subject to epilepsy, and I find that this one had several fits when about half-grown. As far as can be discovered she has had none for a long time, and there has been no noticeable peculiarity other than the hæmatoma which is now shrivelling, mostly at the anterior part.

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