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toms continuing unabated, I was called in, and, on examination, found the abdominal ring pervious, the belly tense, but not particularly painful. I ordered magnes, sulph. c. tra. theb. and the injection of tobacco smoke, but without success. In two days, a little discharge took place from the bowels, but the rest remained as before. As I suspected that a partial strangulation still remained, and as the patient refused to submit to the operation, I gave him ol. ricini c. tra. theb. and clystersdoi:10.1056/nejm182601010150115 fatcat:w5vto2mq2re7hdxuzarar3xgoa