CHELMSFORD INFIRMARY. THREE FRACTURES OF ONE UPPER EXTREMITY ; EXCELLENT RECOVERY

D NICHOLLS
1873 The Lancet  
877 had its walls firmly contracted, and contained about I two drachms of blood. No abnormality was noticed in the lungs or any abdominal viscus, except the alimentary canal. The abdominal cavity smelt strongly of carbolic acid. The bladder contained about half an ounce of urine, which smelt strongly of the acid and yielded the reactions for that acid. There was no albumen in it. The tongue, mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, stomach, and the first two inches of the duodenum apppared quite
more » ... apppared quite unaffected by the drug. The small intestine for three feet was much changed. It was covered with a white eschar, the valvule conniventes having suffered most. The mischief seemed confined to the mucous membrane. The brain contained much venous blood, as did also the sinuses. The blood was
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