PUNCTURED WOUND OF THE EXTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY WITH SUCCESSFUL TYING OF THE VESSEL

Charles F. Davidson
1919 Journal of the American Medical Association  
of the surgical service, and Major T. E. Bailey. A median line incision was first made through the abdomen, but it was found impossible to reduce the stomach through this route. The stomach was adherent to the diaphragm and to surrounding structures. A second incision was made into the thorax, and the sixth and seventh
doi:10.1001/jama.1919.26120300003011a fatcat:5h7bdl74szd7bcrteiwmedg2ge