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Sir Benjamin Brodie, however, regarded the enlarged prostate as an almost invariable accompaniment of advanced age, elegantly stating that ‘when the hair becomes grey and scanty, when specks of earthy matter begin to be deposited in the tunics of the arteries, and when a white zone is formed at the margin of the cornea, at this same period the prostate gland usually – I might, perhaps, say invariably becomes increased in size’. 10
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