Dr. A. P. Stewart and the Medical Times and Gazette

A. P. Stewart
1872 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
intestine apparently accompanied this symptom. On examination, the seat of strangulation was met with a foot above the czecum, and the tumour which had persisted after reduction was found to be a large cystic growth springing from the walls of the sac, and exactly resembling a portion of the intestine. It was remarkable that, though no symptom of pefritonitis existed during life, evidences of a most intense serous inflammation were seen after death.
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