A METHOD FOR ASEPTIC URETERAL CATHETERIZATION

W. P. Willard
1913 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
the patient, was placed on a meat-free diet and given 5 grains of carmin. Soon he passed a very red urine that contained carmin crystals, but. no longer any muscle fibers. This proved conclusively the absence of a rbabdomyoma and the existence of an intravesicular fistula. A positive diagnosis of a malignant, intestinal tumor with a fistulous communication into the bladder was made. The case came to operation and proved to be an inoperable lyniphosarcoma of the ileum adherent to and rapturing
more » ... to and rapturing the bladder. A later post-morteni examination
doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350150052019 fatcat:tdhxzn3wsndavnxmkd3scw3pky