Annals of Gynaecology and Pediatry Volume 6

Annals of Gynaecology and Pediatry Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...distended, springing abruptly from the line of the ribs and curving boldly down to join line of pelvic brim. Surface exceedingly dense, percussion note dull in the main, fluctuation elicited but not marked. The lumbar spine is out-curved by pressure of tumor, causing a marked posterior curvature. Hypospadias, incurved glans, orifice of urethra on site of proximal end of fraenum. Autopsy.--Organs above the diaphragm normal. Stomach very small. Tumor found filling entire abdomen, crowding viscera out of place, which last are much shrunken and pallid. Pancreas, spleen and right kidney present no peculiar appearance except pallor and flaccidity. Left kidney not found at all. Left renal capsule seems equal in size to the right one. Three large post-peritoneal glands, in size from a marrow-fat pea to a hazel nut, occupied a position which might be that of the left kidney. Rectum attached to the left side. Adhesions low in the abdomen and all about the tumor. Tumor consisted of a large sacculation of the bladder. Bladder contained over a quart of urine; specific gravity, 1009; pale, clear, with a trace of albumen; microscopically negative. Sarcoma In An Infant--Two UnUsual Cases Of Torticollis. Case I.--D. S., a baby boy of 13 months, white, was brought to this dispensary by its parents, who seemed anxious about its condition, and having had the case studied by many physicians without satisfaction as to its true nature, determined to bring it from their home, in Bridgeton, N. J-., to the University, for a diagnosis. So far as the family history went there were two points of significance which bore upon the diagnosis of the case. The paternal grandmother had a rodent ulcer, and the great uncle, on the father's side, had cancer of the lip. The maternal...show more

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  • Paperback | 388 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 689g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236563395
  • 9781236563392