A Rare Case of Intestinal Malformation

E. P. HURD
1885 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
physician, as to the correctness of a diagnosis, unhappily fully confirmed by the later history of the case. and. at last, by the autopsy. I recommend the plan to my professional brethren, cautioning them to be sure to get an article of good quality. VI. A sixth indication is to evacuate dropsical accumulations. Fur this purpose mechanical methods are sometimes useful, such as acupuncture of the legs, prepuce, labia, etc., or a short incision over one of the malleoli. Tapping of the abdomen is
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