CASE OF PELLAGIRA

@inproceedings{WilksCASEOP,
  title={CASE OF PELLAGIRA},
  author={Samuel S. Wilks and Michel Willemin}
}
faces behind them, the limb must necessarily be lengthened. If these statements and arguments are correct, it seemis to be proved that, in incomplete luxations of the tibia backwards, flexion, and not extension, is the easiest moode of reduction, and that in such cases the limb may be lengthened. P.S. As there seems to be a question respecting theP influence of bleeding or loss of blood in the production of softening of the brain, I may mention that I was recently called in to a woman who had a… CONTINUE READING