Report of a Case of Sacro-Iliac Strain Following Symphysiotomy

Charles F. Painter
1916 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
latter into the common duct, with the results hereinbefore mentioned. Unfortunately, in a large majority of cases of common duct stones, the gall-bladder is %o thickened and contracted that its efficient use for drainage is impossible, and the question of removal is, therefore, not affected by these considerations. The recent experimental demonstration that after cholecystectomy in animals a so-called
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