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THE TREATMENT OF RODENT ULCERS NEAR THE EYE
BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)
laid up for a week. When I saw him lhe was the subject of chlronic inidigestion of tlle appendical type. He was taking bromide regularly to control his epilepsy.. Operation was advised (1) for relief of the indigestion, (2) in the lhope that it might benefit the epilepsy. A large, distended, adherent appendix was removed from the ileo-caecal angle. He made an uneventful recovery. He had no epileptic attack for six monlths after operation, and since that time the attacks have been much less frequent and less severe.doi:10.1136/bmj.1.3464.959 fatcat:hfqapahiu5gbfposotl2jfq7lm