On the Treatment of Hydrocele

J. Parsons
1843 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
calcareous coating. It was contained in a distinct cyst in the mesentery, and at least an inch distant from any portion of the intestines. This portion of mesentery, although in contact with the inferior surface of the liver, was not adherent to it; adhesions, however, existed between these two viscera in other parts. The stomach was healthy, but somewhat displaced by the enlarged liver; two spleens were found, both quite distinct from each other, placed nearly on the same plane, and of equally
more » ... large size; the thoracic viscera were healthy. ON THE TREATMENT OF HYDROCELE.
doi:10.1136/bmj.s1-6.136.112 fatcat:td7xru7xojhqvieep4naqlibuy