Appendicitis; Report of Three Cases

1894 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
not losing auy case treated without operation ; but I do not regard such cases as cured in the sense that they would be after the removal of the appendix. To show what risks such patients always incur, I have only to make a brief quotation from my hospital records : Patient, a male, age twenty-nine. Entered the hospital with temperature 99°, pulse 64, respiration 26, and a history of four attacks of abdominal pain, the last of whicb became localized on the right side and occurred one week before entrance. He was ad-
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