A Clinical Lecture on Recurring Appendicitis and its Treatment by Removal of the Vermiform Appendix

F. A. Southam
1897 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Surgeon to the Manclhester Royal Infirmary, and Lecturer on Operative Surgery, Owens College. As there are now in my wards three patients who have recently undergone operations for the relief of recurring appendicitis, I propose to direct your attention to this condition, as a great advance has been made in its treatment since the year I887, when the advisability of removing the vermiform appendix was first proposed by Mr. Treves.
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.1894.963 fatcat:b4ozf3ypdbh25hplx2lr5ql4ba