Society Proceedings

1919 Journal of the American Medical Association  
admitted the insertion into her parts of what he called "wool," but he said this was to support the womb, and, inferentially, not to stanch a flow of blood. To a physician called in by the prosecutrix on the second day after the operation, she said she disclosed only that she had suffered a miscarriage, whereupon he asked to be allowed to examine the fetus, and, being shown it, remarked, "That's it all right." as to which declaration the prosecutrix was corroborated by
doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610390059038 fatcat:s7krfk5p3barna4kbyscc6vzf4