THE CASES BRIEFLY NARRATED.
—Mr. L. July, 1891. Age over 60. Perforated appendix; incomplete adhesions; slowly progressive, general peritonitis; general sepsis; typhoid condition at time of operation.
—Tenth day. Lateral incision; appendicectomy; general peritoneal irrigation; iodoform gauze, packing and drainage.Peritonitis and sepsis progressed and patient died a few days after the operation.
—V. L. October, 1895. Age over 60. Fulminating gangrenous appendicitis; no adhesions; general acute peritonitis and peritoneal sepsis.
—At thirty-sixth hour. Free incision; appendicectomy; irrigation; iodoform gauze packing and drainage.Continued sepsis. Death thirty-six hours after operation.
—W. S. Age 6 years. Fulminating type, gangrenous appendicitis, with perforation; very large concretion; no adhesions; acute general peritonitis; peritoneal sepsis.
—At twenty-fourth hour. Free incision; appendicectomy; irrigation; gauze packing and drainage.Death within thirty hours.
—Mr. C. August, 1898. Age 20 years. Fulminating type of acute gangrenous appendicitis
SYMS P. APPENDICITIS.A BRIEF REPORT OF THE AUTHOR'S NINE FATAL CASES, WITH COMMENTS.. JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(24):1505–1508. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.52480500011002a
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