Goodell's Lessons in Gynæcology Lessons in Gynæcology . By William Goodell, A. M., M. D. Philadelphia: D. G. n. 1879. 8vo, pp. 380

1879 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
arising from a variety of causes, but all requiring the puerperal condition, namely, a hydraemic, necrobiotic, almost putrescent condition of the blood. As causes, he spoke of, first, septic causes, either heterogenetic, where the poison was brought from some outside sources, as a case of puerperal fever, erysipelas, or a cadaver, or autogenetic, where the poison originated in the parturient canal of the patient ; second, traumatism, as rough or careless manipulation ; third, exposure to cold,
more » ... exposure to cold, as the application of ice to the abdomen to arrest post-partum haemorrhage ; fourth, mental condition, as anxiety in cases of seduction, and perhaps some other causes. 1879. 8vo, pp. 380.
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