CASE OF SIMPLE SUBPARIETAL RUPTURE OF LEFT KIDNEY, LUMBAR INCISION AND SUTURE OF KIDNEY FORTY-TWO HOURS AFTER ACCIDENT, RECOVERY
—M. M., a schoolboy, aged 11, about 8:30 a. m., Oct. 26, 1910, in attempting to alight from a moving bicycle, slipped and fell, striking his right lumbar region against the edge of the street curbing. There was very severe pain in the right loin, but no collapse, shock, or vomiting; but for a period of about five minutes he was unable to walk because of general weakness, with dizziness and nausea. After a short rest, in a sitting, doubled-over posture, he was able to walk a distance of about half a mile to his home, and as he still complained of very severe pain he was put to bed.Dr. F. W. A. Brown was called and examined the boy very carefully. There was no fractured rib or evidence
CONNELL FG. PRIMARY SUTURE OF SUBPARIETAL RUPTURE OF KIDNEY: WITH REPORT OF CASE. JAMA. 1911;LVI(12):875–878. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560120015008
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