1871 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
Domestic Summary. 299 1871.] excuses I offer in extenuation of this seeming remissness; and I will also state that the patient, as well as ourselves, lived in the country, and the subject of the operation lived three miles from Dr. Moore's, and ten from myself, over almost impassable prairie roads during the winter and spring months: and it so happened at the time of the occurrence, both of us were actively engaged in professional duties."
doi:10.1097/00000441-187101000-00134 fatcat:jx65j7qajnfpncscmbd6yl7czy