ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL

Stanley
1857 The Lancet  
391 been a source of great pain and trouble, and was, moreover, l affected with swelling; these were symptomatic of the disease le of the hip. Here, then, was an instance in which no exhausting symptoms had followed to render excision unfavourable; the boy's general health was good; the bone had left the acetabulum, and could be removed with facility. Mr. Cock, of Guy's Hos-
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