A Case of Chronic Otitis Media, Hemorrhage into the External Auditory Canal, Perforation of the Wall of Pharynx, with Fatal Hemorrhage from the Jugular Vein

FREDERICK L. JACK, FREDERICK H. VERHOEFF
1907 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
laxed when totally cut off from the spinal cord, but its contractions arc more likely to be irregular and incomplete. The observation of the case reported'jbriefly in this'paper serves to substantiate many¿of the points to which allusion has been made, and demonstrates from the standpoint of a unique pathological lesion that uterine contractions may occur without pain; that the fetus may be carried far on its way, if not wholly expelled, by a uterus separat e;d from its central connections and
more » ... al connections and without flu; :ûd of the abdominal muscles; and that its final contraction after the expulsion of the placenta may be complete and satisfactory, precluding the likelihood of post-partum hemorrhage.
doi:10.1056/nejm190707041570105 fatcat:vugdrgnb4ffb5cywquzfqjzuni