Transactions of the Philadelphia Pathological Society Transactions of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia . Volume V. Edited by James Tyson, M. D. Philadelphia: Printed for the Society by J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1876

1876 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
ing more or less into the uterine cavity. These crayons are made by rubbing together powdered iodoform and mucilage ; the mass is then thickened by the addition of gum arabic, after which it is allowed to harden by exposure to the air. The crayons can be introduced within the cervix, and held in position by a tampon of cotton. Fissure of the Neck of the Bladder. -Professor Spiegelberg con-tributes1 a valuable article on this troublesome and painful affection. The pain and spasmodic contractions
more » ... smodic contractions of which the patients complain are much more constant in this disease than in cases of fissure of the anus, inasmuch as the urine is in almost continual contact with the abraded surface. The occurrence of a vesical fissure, like that of the anus, fre-
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