CASE OF GANGRENE OF RIGHT LUNG WITH CARIES OF SPINAL COLUMN, FROM PASSAGE OF HEAD OF GRASS INTO BRONCHUS

J MAGRATH
1880 The Lancet  
89 mained in this state for two or three minutes, and then the muscles relaxed, but she was unconscious for about a quarter of an hour. This attack was repeated several times, and during three different periods afterwards. I thought perhaps the remedies had something to do with it, but the fits occurred later on before any drug had been used. She was kept more or less under morphia and chloroform for three days, when the pain ceased; and after some sickness she was perfectly well. Subsequently
more » ... well. Subsequently I found the os uteri extremely small, and could only pass a tent the size of a No. 1 gum catheter. When this commenced to swell the pain became intense, and morphia and chloroform were brought into action freely.
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