On the Detection of a Ruptured Bladder

1891 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
long had disappeared, and only the mesentery and a little cord, like that between two sausages, remained. The loo[)8 of the intestine in the vicinity were somewhat adherent. With Dr. Mixter's assistance, the intestine was compressed between the thumb and forefinger above and below the points chosen for the insertion of the plates. After the anastomosis had been made according to Semi's method, the peritoneal surfaces were united around the rings by addi-
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