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that such organisms are present in every inflammation will not admit Mr. Pick's arguments. But those who admit that we may have inflammation pfizer viagra online without the con- currence of organisms may readily accept the evidence he brought forward that union of wounds is, after all, an inflammatory process. If not, what is it? The necessity for immediate operation when per- foration occurs from gastric ulcer was discussed at the Clinical Society's meeting last week. The subject was introduced by Mr. J. C. Wallis, who read notes of two cases on which he had operated. In one the abdomen was opened ten and one-half hours after per- foration, and the patient did well for eleven days, but then developed phlebitis. On the pfizer viagra online seventeenth day pneumonia set in and lasted to viagra brand discount the twenty-ninth day, when the temperature fell and improvement began. But on the thirty-first day the patient suddenly vom- ited six ounces of blood pfizer viagra online and died in an hour. As no post-mortem could be obtained the cause of this late viagra brand discount hemorrhage can only be conjectured. In the other case a married lady,- who had suffered from gastric symptoms since 1882, was seized with signs of perforation, in November, 1895. She recov- ered, but still had so much pain that she could take no e.xercise and only fluid food in small quantities. An exploratory operation revealed a strong cord a quarter of an inch broad and one and a quarter inches long uniting the pyloric end of the stomach to the abdominal wall." pfizer viagra online This was removed, and after long convalescence the patient quite recovered, after four- teen years of suffering, and is now (two years after operation) well. Mr. Wallis therefore hopes the ben- efit will be permanent. At a later period of the dis- cussion he admitted that some cases of recovery with- out operation had occurred after perforation, but the great majority had been fatal — in fact, the patients died for want of laparotomy, which he didnot consider a very terrible ordeal. He therefore agreed with most surgeons that operation is imperative. Dr. Hawkins, of Reading, described a couple of cases in which it was believed perforation had oc- curred, but recovery took place although no operation was performed, and he raised the question whether this measure is always necessary. Dr. Kingston Fowler said no to this, and related a case to show that after perforation with escape of gas into the peritoneum recovery may take place. Dr. S. Phillips also mentioned two cases of recovery after the usual signs of perforation. Dr. Lucas Benham observed that posterior ulcer is not so dangerous as one on the anterior surface, and outlined a case of the kind, which, however, was fatal, the ulcer at the post-mortem being found to be the size of a shilling and freely permitting the contents of the stomach to pass in and out of. the posterior cavity of the peritoneum. Mr. Spencer observed that disappearance of liver dulness is sometimes due to distention of the colon, and to be of value must be accompanied with rapid pulse — rarely below viagra brand discount 120 to 130 in perforation. He mentioned cases to illustrate this. Dr. Toogood told of a case of acute pain, disappear- ance of liver dulness, and pulse of 130 to 140. On abdominal section he found the stomach normal, but the patient died the next day, and at the posi-mortem a very small ruptured aneurism of the aorta was found. Mr. Symonds described the case of a lady sixty years old on whom an exploratory operation revealed a thickened mass springing from the posterior wall, dividing the stomach into two cavities. He united the cardial end to the small intestine, thinking the case malignant. Death occurred on the sixth day suddenly. At the post-mortem the stomach was found full of blood from an old ulcer of which the thick mass had been the border. On the posterior wall was an enormous ulcer with the edges fixed to the parts in viagra brand discount front of the spine. iVnother case was that of a gentle- man who has undergone seven laparotomies but is now well. He remembered a man forty-three years of age on whom it was viagra brand discount intended to operate the next day, but in the morning acute pneumonia was found. In another case a girl was operated on viagra brand discount and the stomach found healthy. She recovered, and her case was re- corded as acute hysterical vomiting. The pulse was not invariably rapid — he had seen it pfizer viagra online as low as 60, and a lower figure has been recorded. It pfizer viagra online is obvious that diagnosis is not so viagra brand discount clear as is often stated, and the mistakes pfizer viagra online that have been made may well give pause. Nevertheless, most surgeons would prefer to operate early, and in a clear case this is the most pfizer viagra online hopeful practice. Mr. Horsley in the Medical Council endeavored to raise the question of the appeal of the late Mr. Hun- ter. This gentleman was the qualified practitioner who was prosecuted by the council last May for styling himself ".physician and surgeon." I mentioned the matter at the time. Mr. Hunter died soon after, and there are not wanting those who declare that his death. was brought about by the council. The council by a vote of 2 I to 6 declined to give Mr. Horsley the oppor- tunity to discuss the case, and resolved to digest their shame in secret. Accordingly Mr. Brown and Mr. Horsley have sent to the journals a protest against the legal advisers of the council appearing in support of their appeal now pending. The blundering of the council and their advisers on this case accentuates the disgust felt at their carelessness as to the doings of notorious quacks. Mr. Horsley has issued his fifth report to the Regis- tered Practitioners, in which he deals effective'ly with this case. viagra brand discount The council has not discussed the case, and the unconstitutional procedure adopted is akin to the viagra brand discount obstruction offered to the production of the docu-