APPENDICITIS AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE

ROBERT T. MORRIS
1909 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Houghton1 reports a case in which the treatment was more radical. The patient was a man, 69 years old, with symptoms and physical signs of pernicious anemia, hemoglobin 45 per cent. Unfortunately, the reds were not taken. A differential showed a relative lymphocytosis with many normoblasts. The urine was albuminous and contained casts, and the skatol and indican reaction was marked. Arsenic and colonic
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