Suppurative Pancreatitis


CLINICAL HISTORY. The patient (R. G. S.) was a man of 55. There was no relevant history of previous illness except a transient attack of pyrexia, vomiting, and diarrhoea in May, 1943. The patient's final illness, which lasted sixteen days, began on 23/7/43 with vague upper abdominal pain. Pulse and temperature were normal, and there were no abnormal… (More)


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