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It will be observed that this method is closely analogous lo the clamp-and-cautery operation, the only difference in technic being that in the former the suture instead of the cautery is relied on for hemostasis and permanent closure óf the wound. That, when properly applied, il is much more dependable for these purposes canu,il be denied. In addition, in my experience, il is followed by less after-pain and fewer reflex disl tirbances. Considered in the abstract.doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260080104006 fatcat:kmfiigyb4vc2xheqdcrrk63c7i