Recent Literature The Physiology of Death from Traumatic Fever. A Study of Abdominal Surgery . By John D. Malcolm, M.B., C.M., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, etc. Surgeon to the Samaritan Free Hospital. London: J. & A. Churchill. 1893

1894 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
dilated, especially when it is in the common duct, than in those cases in which the cystic duct is so narrow that it is impossible to pass a probe through it. I did not intend to have it understood that the fact that gall-stones might recur should indicate that operation should not be done. On the contrary, the point is that as the operation is to be considered in the first instance as exploratory, the patient should not be
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