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strated, and is probably of more frequent occurrence than has been supposed. (3) Whether this is primary or secondary to the gastric dilatation, or whether this relationship is a constant one, has not been determined. (4) The diagnosis would appear to be more easy than past failures seem to indicate. (5) The use of the stomach tube and avoidance of dorsal decubitus offer better results probably than secondary operation, owing to the unsatisfactory conditions existing. (6) With earlier diagnosisdoi:10.1056/nejm190608021550502 fatcat:ccr2iploojeflg5abcdxphqoim