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or to have years of misery from sinuses, etc." In Hamilton's Military Surgery cases are reported which have a bearing on this subject, although not exactly parallel, inasmuch as his are perforations by gun-shot wounds, while the subject of this paper was by inflammatory process and abscess. Three examples are given (see figure 331 ) from battles in the Wilderness, in which rifle balls entered the upper part of the thigh, penetrating the viscera of the pelvis. The wounds for a few days gave freedoi:10.1056/nejm187808220990810 fatcat:4qtsxxhktbg5nkt7bslddb6hiy