Gastro-Enterostomy in Infants

1907 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
ing the direction C D (Fig. 2) , we bad the simple problem of removing a submucous spur. This was accomplished by the use of a straight, blunt knife, and the author's submucous gouge. A light pledget of antiseptic cotton was then introduced into the left nostril and drawn forward in order to hold the perichondrium and mucous membrane in the median line. Fig. 3 represents
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