1877 The Lancet  
323 THE MUSCLES OF THE PERINEUM. propositions throughout are so reasonable that we trust they will meet with the support of the Chief Secretary and be brought before Parliament in a way likely to ensure their acceptance. A VALUABLE paper, containing the results of numerous careful dissections of the perineum, appears in the last number of M. CHARLES ROBIN's" Journal de 1'Anatomie," by M. CADIAT. He observes that the descriptions given by various writers of the so-called muscles of WILSON and
more » ... es of WILSON and GUTHRIE, and of the external and internal sphincters of the bladder, are very discrepant and confused, which arises, in part at least, from the circumstance that the striped and unstriated muscles were run into one another, and are dis-
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