John Scott
1862 The Lancet  
633 layed the operation for three weeks, and was arranging with other medical men to operate an Tuesday, April 29th, when on the preceding Sunday evening I was sent for, as the child had not passed his urine since the Friday night. I fo",nd the child writhing with pain, and the scrotum somewhat swollen and red. I passed a catheter, and while doing so fel it touch the stone, which it gently pushed back into the bladder, the stone being partially impacted in the last part of the urethra. Two or
more » ... ree drops of purulent looking fluid first passed through the catheter, followed immediately by the urine. The boy
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