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Assist. LectuTer on Obstetrics and ~ynceco~ogy, Owens College; Assistant Surgeoit, Clinical I1ospita.l for Women and Children, illanchestel.. 2. Puerperal pyrexia with hEmorrhagic or fetid lochia (23 cases). 3. Severe symptoms of septic endometritis without evidence of peritonitis, and when uterine douches failed to produce any effect, or if examination showed offensive discharge, with membranous exudation over the cervix and endometrium (48 cases). Four cases died.doi:10.1111/j.1471-0528.1903.tb06895.x fatcat:jbwdjnatm5cwbkqygjx7jqxa2y