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cause distress and distention. Such patients do not endure cold drinks well. Hot alkaline aqueous solutions and hot liquid food are best tolerated to begin with. A rise of temperature, pain, distention and a blocking of the drainage-canals follow in too early and forced feeding. Pus is forced into other abdominal recesses with enlarged patches of peritonitis and adhesions. The position of the patient should also be considered if there has been a considerable amount of pelvic workdone notdoi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350240022010 fatcat:jomtvxed6nf3zimcylxrxuhghi