APPENDECTOMY THROUGH THE RIGHT INGUINAL CANAL

GEORGE DE TARNOWSKY
1915 Journal of the American Medical Association  
with a mcningocele; all the cephalic bones were widely separated and the umbilical cord, more than a yard long, tapered almost to a point at its umbilical insertion. Outside of a slight rise of temperature the first four " days of the puerperium, which was probably sapremic, the patient made an uneventful recovery.
doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02580180052016 fatcat:q3hdi5qchbck7jeqimenigw5iq