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reported, in detail, three cases of ovariotomy, one of which was followed by death, the other two recovered. The fatal result in the first case was determined by peritonitis, apparently the result of a sponge accidentally left in the lower part of the peritoneal cavity, as proved by a post-mortem examination. The other two cases were accompanied by no unusual symptoms or modes of procedure, and made good recoveries. Dr. C. T. Parks reported three cases of laparotomy, two for the removal ofdoi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390770022009 fatcat:eeei3hsxabc3dftorj6hhxfhim