Reports of Societies

1884 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
by kangaroo tendons. All were improved. Two regained the power of flexiou and extension of the foot. RESECTION OF MUSCLES IN INFANTILE PARALYSIS. Dr. J. W. Elliot showed a cyst of the broad ligament which he had removed two days before by abdominal section. The cyst was about the size of a cocoanut, and contained a pint of clear fluid. The Fallopian tube was much enlarged and coiled around the cyst. The ovary being about two inches long was also removed. Dr. Elliot had begun to shell the cyst
more » ... to shell the cyst out of the broad ligament, but when he found the tube and ovary diseased had clamped the whole broad ligament. The cyst was adherent to intestines and to mesentery.
doi:10.1056/nejm188412181112504 fatcat:hjab2ajud5hq3fyofxbw3bbbyi