A Case of Ovarian Cyst with Twisted and Strangulated Pedicle

W. L. BURRAGE
1899 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
where she was put, lo bed in a quiet room. Extra feeding, in the shape of raw eggs, was started. II ydrochlorate of bydrastrin was given every four hours in one-eighth-grain doses. On March 18th 1 examined her under ether, to see how much the mass filled up the uterus. It filled the whole space with the exception of a small canal, too small to allow passage of linger, running up behind the mass farther than the linger could reach. No
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