Technique of Gastro-Enterostomy

C. A. PORTER
1904 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
negative. This case retrograded very rapidly; by the time I made my sketch, the ulcération had crept upwards and involved the edges of the cords. Aphonia came on, deglutition became difficult, and death came a little quicker than in the first case where the larynx did not become ulcerated. It is rarely that ulcération below the vocal cords is seen primarily.
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