ON REPEATED DOSES OF CASTOR OIL, ESPECIALLY IN CERTAIN SKIN DISEASES IN CHILDREN.1

L. DUNCAN BULKLEY
1885 Journal of the American Medical Association  
those arising from lacerations of the cervix. Further, that it has been done imperfectly, even without preliminary treatment, in many more ; and the failure to give relief, as reported by several, is due to these two causes. 2. That from our present knowledge we cannot, at this time, arrive at any definite conclusion, from the fact that many of the so-called consequences of lacerations of the cervix uteri are not settled beyond doubt. 3. That every one engaged in this department should
more » ... ent should carefully select his cases, and try every known means to give relief before recourse is had to an operation. 4. The operation should never be performed eo ipso in cases of simple fissures or lacerations of first and second degree.
doi:10.1001/jama.1885.04470020012002 fatcat:ktn3l7v2nbabbihxwmkaz3juum