HEMOPERITONEUM FROM TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF CORPUS LUTEUM

@inproceedings{ChristopherHEMOPERITONEUMFT,
  title={HEMOPERITONEUM FROM TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF CORPUS LUTEUM},
  author={Frederick Christopher}
}
Mrs. H. T., aged 28, twelve hours previous to her admission to the Evanston Hospital accidentally fell, striking the lower right quadrant of the abdomen against the arm of a chair. She did not experience any pain at the time but three hours later began to have abdominal distress. There was vague generalized pain, which was most marked over "the pit of the stomach." A few hours later she began to feel very faint and the pain became severe. When seen at 3 a. m. the abdomen was very tender… CONTINUE READING