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haemorrhage from lacerating the cervix or vaginal soft parts. 3. In some cases-when everything favours extraction, such as a well-dilated os, and head low down —delivery is sometimes practised with forceps; and, in other cases, it, is found necessary to diminish the calibre of the head by perforation and extract rapidly. With reference to the statistics of the cases occnrring in the Rotunda Hospital for the past three years, ending Nov. 3rd, 1886,4514 cases were delivered during this period,doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)22068-1 fatcat:rz5kvzc2lzatna6c75k7boejm4