A CASE OF ECTOPIC GESTATION OCCURRING TWICE IN THE SAME PATIENT, IN BOTH INSTANCES THE UTERUS BEING RETROVERTED

ClaudiaA.P. Rowse
1906 The Lancet  
On admission his temperature was 1010 F. and his pulse was 116. His face was pinched and anxious-looking. The abdomen was rigid, the pain on pressure being very severe. I was called up at once and operated, finding on the anterior surface of the stomach towards the pyloric end a clean, punched. out perforation. The aperture was circular,
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