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Case XXXV. Mr. Cripps records, in the St. Bar- tholomew's Hospital Reports for 1892, vol. xxviii., p. 1 1 1, a case of intussusception of the ileo-cx-cal variety, occurring during 1890, in a male infant, aged five months, which came under observation on the third clay. A previous history of several days' illness was given, the chief symptoms of which were abdominal pain, vomiting, and the passage of blood-stained mucus from the bowel. Enemata of warm water failed twice to reduce the invagination. Abdominal and rectal ex- amination revealed a tumor. Laparotomy was per- formed, and the gut was apparently reduced, but death occurred two hours later. The necropsy revealed the fact that the intussusception had been only partially reduced. There was no evidence of peritonitis. Cask XX.W'I. Mr. Walsham is credited, in the Si. Bartholomew's Hospital Reports for 1892, p. 111, with a case of intussusception occurring during 1S90, in a male infant, nine months of age, which came under observation "on the third day. Laparotomy was per- formed. The invagin;.:. ' bowel was easily reduced. Death followed the operation. The necropsy revealed the fact that there was a viagra line shop small perforation in the trans- verse colon, buy viagra netherlands and that death was due to septic perito- nitis. Case XXXVII. Mr. A. E. Marker records, in the Laneetioi 1892, vol. i., p. 80, a case of intussusi tion occurring in an infant, aged four months, during [891, which came under observation on the fourth day. An unsuccessful attempt to reduce the intussusception by inflation had been made. On examination the in- fant was found to be collapsed. It emitted a gangren- ous odor. Under buy viagra netherlands chloroform narcosis, rectal and ab- dominal palpation revealed a tumor. Laparotomy was performed. The gut was found to be gangrenous and was excised, and the divided ends joined. Death en sued ten hours later. The necropsy proved the sutures of the bowel to be linn, and they resisted strong pre sure of water without leaking. Case XXXVH1. Mr. !'. J. Sheppard viagra line shop records, in the Lancet for 1892, vol. ii., page 1,155, a case f > n|l|s susception of the ileo-ca-cal variety, occurring in an infant, aged seven months, which came under obser- vation on the second day. Examination at this time revealed a dark-colored protrusion from the anus. Laparotomy was performed under chloroform narcosis. ( >n account of the intestinal distention the invaginated gut was found with difficulty and reduced only after the intestine had been incised. The operation was followed by the infant's death, three hours later. < Iase XXXIX. Mr. Paul Hush reports, in the Bris- tol Medico-Chirurgical Journal, 1894, p. 6, acase of in- tussusception occurring in an infant, aged four months. which came under observation on viagra line shop the third day of the disease. Enemata were administered without success. Laparotomy was performed. The intussusception proved to be of the enteric variety and irreducible. The tumor was excised and an artificial anus made. Peritonitis ensued, and the infant died twenty-four hours later. < \se XL. viagra line shop Dr. Abbe reported, in the Annals of Surgery, vol. xx., p. 419. a case of intussusception oc- curring during 1893, which came under observation sixteen hours after the onset. Laparotomy was per- formed. The invaginated viagra line shop bowel was reduced with much difficulty on account of the strong adhesions which had already formed. Death followed viagra line shop the oper- buy viagra netherlands ation twenty-four hours later. Case XLI. Mr. A. E. Parker records, in the British Medical Journal lax 1894, vol. ii., viagra line shop p. 1,237, acase of intussusception occurring in a male infant, aged four months, which came under observation on the third day. Abdominal and rectal palpation revealed a tumor, and blood and mucus were passed from the anal orifice. Under chloroform narcosis warm water was injected into the bowel from a reservoir raised three feet above the patient's body. When five ounces had entered, the fluid began to escape, and the tumor could no longer be felt. An opiate was given, and the infant slept well all night. At 6 o'clock on the following morning it began to scream, and soon thereafter passed blood and mucus from the anus. Under chloroform narcosis, laparotomy was performed, the operation occupying only viagra line shop eight minutes. This was succeeded by collapse, and the infant died buy viagra netherlands twenty-four hours later. Necropsy- was negative. Case XLII. Dr. Briddon, at the meeting of the New York Surgical Society, held on the evening of May 23, 1894, Annals of Surgery, vol. xx.. pp. 418 and 419, reported a case of intussusception occurring in an infant, aged eight months, which came under observa- tion on the second day, in a state buy viagra netherlands of collapse. Lapa- rotomy was performed. The invagination was reduced with difficulty. Death ensued live hours later. Case LXIII. Dr. J. F. Erdmann records, in the Medicai, Record, 1895, vol. i., page 475, a case of intussusception of the enteric variety occurring during January, 1895, in a male infant, aged eight and one- half months, which came under observation on the fourth day. Enemata had previously been unsuccess- fully employed. Laparotomy was performed, and the invaginated portion of the ileum, which proved to be in a gangrenous condition, was removed (six inches), and an end-to-end anastomosis effected by means of a Murphy button. Septic peritonitis existed at the time of operation, and the infant died a few hours later. Cases of Infantile Intussusception viagra line shop Successfully Treated by Laparotomy. Table No. 4. Case I. Mr. Marsh reported to the Royal buy viagra netherlands Medical and Chirur- gical Society, at its meeting held December 14, 1875 viagra line shop {Lancet, 1875, vol. ii., p. 877), a case of intussuscep- tion occurring in a male infant, aged six months, viagra line shop which came under observation on the first day of acute ill-- ness, giving a history of thirteen clays of previous in- disposition. Examination revealed an abdominal tumor, and there existed a protrusion from the anal orifice. Enemata of air and water were employed without success. A few hours later, Mr. Marsh found the infant collapsed. Laparotomy was performed, and the invaginated bowel was readily reduced. Conva-