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第 223 頁 - ... muscle, extending into the cavity of the abdomen, the parietes of which were a good deal contused, which we ascribed to the resting of the tumor on the horn of the saddle during her journey.
第 224 頁 - We then turned her upon her left side, so as to permit the blood to escape, after which we closed the external opening with the interrupted suture, leaving out, at the lower end of the incision, the ligature which surrounded the Fallopian tube. Between every two stitches we put a strip of adhesive plaster, which, by keeping the parts in contact, hastened the healing of the incision. We then applied the usual dressings, put her to bed, and prescribed a strict observance of the antiphlogistic regimen.
第 224 頁 - As soon as the external opening was made the intestines rushed out upon the table, and so completely was the abdomen filled by the tumor that they could not be replaced during the operation, which was terminated in about twenty-five minutes.
第 226 頁 - Campbell, Dr. Vallange, late surgeon of the 33d regiment, Mr. Bourchier, surgeon of the 36th regiment, and several other medical gentlemen, by making a longitudinal incision, parallel with, and on the left side of the linea alba, about two inches from the ensiform cartilage, to the crista of the os pubis...
第 223 頁 - ... admitting of an easy removal to the other. Upon examination per vaginam, I found nothing in the uterus, which induced the conclusion that it must be an enlarged ovarium. Having never seen so large a substance extracted, nor heard of an attempt or success attending any operation such as this required, I gave to the unhappy woman information of her dangerous situation. She seemed willing to undergo an experiment, which I promised to perform if s*he would come to Danville (the town where I live),...
第 224 頁 - ... above case, with a profusion of blood, rushed to the external opening, and I conveyed it off by placing my hand under the tumor and suffering the discharge to take place over it. Notwithstanding my great care, a quart or more of blood escaped into the abdomen. After the hemorrhage ceased I took out as cleanly as possible the blood in which the bowels were completely enveloped. Though I considered the case as nearly hopeless, I advised the same dressings and the same regimen as in the above case....
第 225 頁 - In the year 1821, 1 was requested by my friend, Dr. Campbell, lecturer on midwifery, to visit a woman with an abdomen as large as if in the ninth month of gestation. On examination, the tumor occupied the whole abdominal cavity, and appeared to roll from side to side ; the uterus per vaginam felt natural, and her catamenia had been regular, but caused excruciating pain when they occurred. She stated that she was twenty-seven years of age, had born only one child, and in twelve months afterwards had...
第 150 頁 - In 1815 he was appointed Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence in the College of Physicians and Surgeons established at Fairfield, in Western New York.
第 224 頁 - ... and fundus uteri. To extract I thought would be instantly fatal ; but, by way of experiment, I plunged the scalpel into the diseased part. Such gelatinous substance as in the above case, with a profusion of blood, rushed to the external opening, and I conveyed it off by placing my hand under the tumor and suffering the discharge to take place over it. Notwithstanding my great care, a quart or more of blood escaped into the abdomen. After the hemorrhage ceased I took out as cleanly as possible...