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THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRITISH SURGERY AT THE FRONT
TLDR
His treatment can only be that of first aid, but lie and hiis orderlies have saved innumerable lives, by the rescue of woundel comrades from dangerous situations and by careful and rapid transport to the field ambulance sections in the support line. Expand
A Review of the Present Position of Knowledge as to Prostatic Enlargement
  • C. Wallace
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 19 November 1927
TLDR
The prostate is a secondary sexual gland that springs apparently from alf sides of the urethra, but the anterior group ultimately atrophy. Expand
Total Prostatectomy
  • C. Wallace
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 21 May 1904
TLDR
This is the third case in which my operation of complete enucleation of the prostate has been entirely successiul after McGill's operation had failed, and the patient is quite well, walking about the wards, able to retain and pass his urine as well as he ever did. Expand
Bacterial endocarditis with emphasis on the Escherichia-Aerobacter group as the causative agent: report of a fatal case.
  • C. Wallace
  • Medicine
  • Annals of internal medicine
  • 1 June 1951
TLDR
In 1873 Lancereaux gave the first modern clinical description of bacterial endocarditis, and interest in the disease was largely academic until a few years ago, when it was rediscovered. Expand
A Preliminary Note on the Bacteriological Findings in Seven Cases of Enlarged Prostate
marked. The depressor substance can be removed from secretin solutions byV means of alcohol, as described by Bayliss and Starling; such preparations cause little or no fall of blood pressure, butExpand
GAS GANGRENE AS SEEN AT THE CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS
  • C. Wallace
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 16 September 1916
TLDR
These views reflect two somewhat differelnt conceptio of the disease, but it seems probable that both observers have some right ontlleir-sides. Expand
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