Case of Rupture of the Spleen

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He was taken at once to hospital. Stimulants were given, mustard plaster applied, and friction and heat used constantly. He seemed quite conscious, but too feeble to speak, and gradually sank and died at 11 a.m. His pulse was barely perceptible for two hours before death, and nothing could be made put of its character beyond the extreme feebleness of it. On… (More)

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