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Article
January 1931

PERITONITIS: I. THE CORRELATION OF THE BACTERIOLOGY OF THE PERITONEAL EXUDATE AND THE CLINICAL COURSE OF THE DISEASE IN ONE HUNDRED AND SIX CASES OF PERITONITIS

Author Affiliations

NEW YORK
From the Bacteriological Research Laboratories of the Department of Surgery, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Presbyterian Hospital.

Arch Surg. 1931;22(1):1-66. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1931.01160010004001
Abstract

Literature

Bacteriologic Method

Material

Advantages of the Technic

Limitations of the Technic

Nomenclature

Clinical Method

Presentation of Data

Consideration of the Data from the Point of View of the Pathologic Condition

Lesions of the Appendix

Acute Appendicitis with Acute Local Peritonitis

Acute Appendicitis with Acute Diffuse Peritonitis

Acute Appendicitis with Abscess

Comment on Cases of Acute Appendicitis without Gangrene or Perforation

Perforated Appendix with Acute Local Peritonitis

Perforated Appendix with Acute Diffuse Peritonitis

Perforated Appendix with Abscess

Localized Abscess in the Right Lower Quadrant with Questionable perforation of the Appendix

Comment on Cases of Perforated Appendix

Gangrenous Appendicitis Without Perforation with Acute Local Peritonitis

Gangrenous Appendicitis Without Perforation with Acute Diffuse Peritonitis

Gangrenous Appendicitis Without Perforation with Localized Abscess

Comment on Gangrenous Appendicitis Without Perforation

Lesions of the Small Intestine

Perforative Lesions of the Small Intestine

Nonperforative Lesions of the Small Intestine

Comment on Lesions of the Small Intestine

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