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April 3, 1909

INTESTINAL LOCALIZATIONWITH CERTAIN OTHER SUBJECTS RELATING TO THE SURGERY AND SURGICAL ANATOMY OF THE SMALL INTESTINE AND ITS MESENTERY

Author Affiliations

Surgeon to the Boston City Hospital; Lecturer in Surgery at the Harvard Medical School BOSTON

JAMA. 1909;LII(14):1079-1086. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.25420400005001b
Abstract

This article is, with a few changes, the text of a demonstration on the cadaver which I gave in Boston, May 1, 1908, by invitation, before the Society of Clinical Surgery. The subjects considered have little to connect them, except that all of them relate to the surgery, or to the surgical anatomy, of the small intestine and its mesentery. The procedures described are taken mostly from cadaver studies which I have made from time to time. Some of these studies have already been published at greater length in former articles.1 The object of the present article is to present, in a form as condensed and practical as possible, some of the procedures with which these studies were concerned. An effort has been made to elucidate the text by a free use of illustrations—a method which, useful as it may be in many instances, is unfortunately not wholly satisfactory

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