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April 12, 1913

Abhandlungen aus dem Geriete der Geburtshilfe und Gynaekologie.

JAMA. 1913;60(15):1181. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340150063033

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The high character of the scientific work in Tauffer's clinic which was revealed in the first volume is maintained in the first part of the second volume. Frigyesi, in "Klinik der Placenta praevia," analyzes exhaustively the 110 cases which have occurred in the clinic during the last twelve years since it has occupied the present large buildings. He emphasizes, for both prognosis and treatment, the importance of determining the grade of the praevia. He urges the danger of the tamponade, to which he prefers colpeurysis. In partial placenta praevia with good pains he prefers rupture of the membranes. If this is ineffectual, and in cases of total praevia, he advises intraamnial hysteurysis in clinics, and combined version with tamponade with the child's body in general practice. The Momburg compression should be ready for the third stage in all cases, and in women who have lost much blood it

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