ACUTE INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

CLARENCE L. WHEATON
1902 Journal of the American Medical Association  
was considering the resumption of his business as a grocer, when a severe attack of acute rheumatism withdrew him from observation. Case G.-Male, 54, had also simple mitral incompetency, although for several years it had been called chronic bronchitis. This patient had suffered for many years from a slowly progressive dyspnea, yet was surprised to learn that he had any heart trouble.
doi:10.1001/jama.1902.62480110029002d fatcat:a3sgxlzis5be5pmgh2g4m7nb2a