A CASE OF CONCEALED PLACENTAL HÆMORRHAGE

VIRGIL McDAVITT
1887 Journal of the American Medical Association  
tuted adhesive plasters, much to the comfort of the patient. Since then I have not seen the patient, but am informed that she made a good, though slow, recovery. Dr. Schaberg tells me that a callus can be easily felt just external to the coracoid process. Deformity is slight, and motion not greatly impaired.
doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391310004001a fatcat:vo2uwd4oyffhra7jzewcbz7o6y