Supposed Dislocation of Cervical Vertebræ — Recovery

1849 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
say, too, I have had cases which no ordinary female midwife could have managed safely, and which, without a ready understanding and promptness of action, must have proved fatal to the sufferers. It is constant and extensive practice which gives skill to the surgeon. The preservation of a single life by a skilful accoucheur, will go far to counterbalance the inconveniences incident to the existing system of obstetric practice. Did you assure yourself fully that the individuals controlling the A.
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