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REPEATED REFORMATION OF STONE IN BLADDER
—A Greek, aged 76, in good general condition, presented himself at our clinic, complaining of painful micturition, strangury and often blood-tinged urine. Examination showed suprapubic scar and perineal scars; examination of bladder showed presence of stone.
—In August, 1905, patient was first operated on for stone in the bladder, through the perineal incision. The operation was performed at Talas American Hospital by Dr. Post of Beirut; and, according to patient's account, a very large, hard, nodular, irregular-shaped stone was extracted. The second operation for stone in the bladder was performed January, 1906, when a small bird's-egg-sized stone was extracted. The patient says that both perineal and suprapubic incisions were made. The third operation was one year later; through perineal incision, and a stone the size of an olive was extracted.
—The fourth operation was performed after an interval of four years,
Hoover AR. TWO CASES FROM CESAREA. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(9):633. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260030033014
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