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an opening was made into it. The patient quickly put on flesh, and soon only slight traces of pus were to be found in the urine. Eater, some bag¬ ging of pus taking place in the most dependant part of the sac, the patient was placed under an anaesthetic, with a view of making a counteropening into the vagina. The sound, however, in the bladder passed over to the right side of the pelvis, making it appear that it would be neces¬ sary to cut through this viscus in getting to the abscess. Thedoi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410330035011 fatcat:nhtretks7vdbdmh3rbhwjs65me