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March 19, 1904

SIMULTANEOUS EXTRA-UTERINE AND INTRA-UTERINE PREGNANCY.REPORT OF A CASE.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(12):766-767. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92490570020001f
Abstract

Mrs. O., aged 38, was married Oct. 2, 1902, and had menstruated regularly every 24 days until April 20, 1903, which was the date of her last period. She suffered more or less pelvic pain from that time. She was removed to St. Francis Hospital July 14, 1903.

The following history was furnished me by that institution: Family history, negative. Personal history: She had always been delicate, and particularly so since an attack of pneumonia two years ago. Menstrual history was normal, the last period having occurred April 20, 1903. Present illness began about June 14 with obstinate constipation, and severe pain in abdomen centered over sigmoid region. Her physician gave morphia to relieve the pain. Later she had severe vomiting and was given fractional doses of calomel without effect. High enemas were administered with some effect. June 20, 1903, patient aborted two-months' fetus. The abdominal pain persisted

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