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Neuputt, a woman of about 50 years old, was admitted into the Oraie Dispensary on the 17th November 1870, with a tumour on her left foot of the size of a child's head. She stated that about a year ago she perceived a nodule of the size of a plum on the back of her left foot; and that in three mouths it grew to the size of a hen's egg, when it was tatooed.… (More)
were highly congested, and black in some parts. Efforts at reduction failing, I extended the wounds, in consultation with Mr. Sakes, the then civil surgeon, upwards, for two inches, put back the coils of intestine, stitched the wound by a few knots of quill-suture, and dressed it with carbolic oil, and placed a spica baudage. A full dose of opium gr. iv.… (More)