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Mrs. M., aged 30, of Winton Place, married nine years, mother of three children, the youngest 5 years old. Three years ago had an abortion and some septic trouble following, since when she has had some pelvic trouble, and been under the care of several physicians. For the past year her health was somewhat improved, yet she was not well. December 29 the menstrual flow commenced, which was the twenty-eighth day. The flow stopped January 3, and was normal in every respect. February 1 she commenced to menstruate, and the flow continued seven days, but it was different from former periods, inasmuch as the flow continued an hour or two or half a day, and then stopped several hours, and during the whole period she suffered more pain than ever before during menstruation. From the 7th to the 12th she was quite free from pain, but on the 12th she
HALL RB. REPORT OF A CASE OF EXTRA-UTERINE PREGNANCY. RUPTURE INTO THE PERITONEAL CAVITY AT ABOUT THE FIFTH WEEK; OPERATION THREE WEEKS AFTERWARD. RECOVERY. Read by Title in the Section of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, at the Forty second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Washington, D. C., May, 1891. JAMA. 1891;XVII(5):189–190. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410830025001g
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