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CASE OF INJURY TO URETER DISTAL TORN END GRAFTED INTO THE BLADDER.
BY L. H. DUNNING, M.D.INDIANAPOLIS, IND.March 2, 1899, I operated on a patient giving the following history: She had been confined seven weeks previously, at full term, her confinement being followed by fever and evidences of sepsis. She had to keep to her bed continuously from the time of her confinement until admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital, February 28. There were all the physical signs of a pelvic abscess on the right side.On opening the abdomen the uterus was found pushed far to the left side of the pelvis. The omentum lay over an abscess of the right broad ligament. It was greatly thickened and the inferior portion attached to the anterior abdominal wall in front, and to the bladder, right horn of the uterus and upper portion of the right broad ligament, so that
Clinical Report. JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(21):1278–1279. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450730034002
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