A method of performing abdomino‐perineal excision for carcinoma of the rectum and of the terminal portion of the pelvic colon (1908)

  title={A method of performing abdomino‐perineal excision for carcinoma of the rectum and of the terminal portion of the pelvic colon (1908)},
  author={William Ernest Miles},
  journal={CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians},
  • W. Miles
  • Published 1 November 1971
  • Medicine
  • CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians
abdominal and perineal operation was first performed by Czerny in 1884. Since that time several other surgeons, notably Maunsell, Chaput, Gaudier, Chaliot, Weir Boechal, Giodino, Quenu, Reverdin, Tuttle, Gant, Mathews, Sir Charles Ball, Wallis and Aldrich-Blake have employed the method with certain modifications of procedure and with varying success in regard to mortality. So far as I have been able to gather from the literature of the subject, how ever, the technique of these operators seems… 
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