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so distressing that her life was despaired of. Dr. G., a physician of not so much skill as conceit, attended her forty-eight hours. The Women who were present persuaded him, though reluctantly, to send for counsel. Dr. K., a well-read and careful member of the profession, was called. After giving her an opportunity to acquire some rest, he proceeded to dissect the child, and what he could not take away with facility by piecemeal, he extracted with the forceps. My first impression was that thisdoi:10.1056/nejm183611300151703 fatcat:6kudsnv4vnb5tbgttgxbqk5jku