Again a few months later, after having had my attention called to the importance of laparotomy in the.se ca.ses, I was called in consultation to see a man previoasly well, who was suffering from all the symptoms of profound prostration; he was him; found the strangulation, relieved it, he was HOUR-GLASS CONSTRICTION OF THE UTERUS. (home). To know what we are doing when we administer to suffering humanity should To gain the best possible knowledge of our patient's body (and.spirit) is compulsory-: best. Although legal to take this advantage, it is not We know all about the quack and pretender, licensed or unlicensed, and we simply assist in I cheating the community, become particcps criminis, bj- in any way seeming even to recognize him moral courage pays the best to in the world in the long run. They do not ordinarily suffer on the outward journey, but when to the fatigue of that journey, perhaps of hundreds of miles on foot, are added prolonged ceremonials, bathing several times daily and allowing their clothing to dry on them, exposure to the hot sun by day and the cold of night, without even tents, and probably insufficiency of food from want of means when further debilitated by such causes remedies they commence their homeward journey they ordinarily suffer from cholera en route. In such cases, the parts above the contractions are greatly distended, the coats being thinned, ulcerated, and even lacerated; the contents of the control bowel having passed into the peritoneal cavity, and occasioned rapidly fatal peritonitis.
It is also very often complicated with worms, especially the round worm, in the prima via; these being passed with the stools in the advanced stage of the more severe and dangerous cases; and, in its less severe grades, it sometimes assumes intermittent or remittent types (breakage). Other for often unrecognised causes of so-termed idiopathic anaemia are venereal excesses and masturbation, both involving the exit from the system of a discharge rich in material. A septic fluid may gravitate into dependent parts of the peritoneum, and become shut up, either by plastic inflammation, or by a coil of intestine, and thus be prevented from producing diffuse peritonitis, but after cause a time this may rupture and produce death from general peritonitis.
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