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Surgeon to the Infirmary. CASES of secondary hemorrhage after amputation give much anxiety to surgeons, and decisive measures are generally necessary to stop the bleeding. I mean, of course, to allude to hemorrhage following the separation of the ligatures, at the interval of a week, ten days, or a fortnight after the operation, when the stump is more or less healed, and not to the heemorrhage dependent upon insecure ligatures occurring within thirty-six hours of the operation. I do notdoi:10.1136/bmj.s3-3.156.1145-a fatcat:kdyl25pq65bevi7yzjpojjhfhy