Perforation in Typhoid Treated Byexcising the Perforation, and Washing out the Peritonial Cavity, &c.

Abstract

intestinal symptom suggested that the ulceration was slight in amount, and probably situated rather high up in the ileum, where it would be more easily accessible. Moreover, as this was about the 24th day of the illness, there was reasonable hope that the fever was drawing to a close. These points are given in detail because it is considered by the authors of the paper that only under such favourable circumstances would the operation be justifiable. The perforation was easily found in the centre of an oval ulcer, which was excised, and the cut edges of the mucous membrane were drawn into

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@inproceedings{Pilgrim2016PerforationIT, title={Perforation in Typhoid Treated Byexcising the Perforation, and Washing out the Peritonial Cavity, &c.}, author={H. W. Pilgrim}, booktitle={The Indian medical gazette}, year={2016} }