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March 21, 1925

Value of Cooperation Between Internist and Surgeon.

JAMA. 1925;84(12):908. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660380044019

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Abstract

—In the article by Dr. Donald C. Balfour in this issue, the matter beginning at the foot of the first column on page 877 and continuing through the first six and one-half lines of the second column should read: "From Jan. 1, 1924, to March 7, 1925, I performed partial gastrectomy on eighty patients, with one death." The second paragraph in the second column on page 877 should begin: "The eighty cases in the series were: gastric cancers, thirty-six; gastric ulcers, twenty-eight; recurring gastric ulcer, one; gastrojejunal ulcers, nine; duodenal ulcers, four; jejunal ulcer, one, and malfunctioning gastro-enterostomy, one. The one death may be attributed to an ill advised choice of operation."

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