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THE DIAGNOSIS OF PERITONITIS
INFLAMMATION IN THE RIGHT ILIAC FOSSA
THE EVOLUTION OF THE OPERATIVE TREAT
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abdomen abdominal cavity abdominal pain abdominal wall abscess acute abdominal disease adhesions aged anaesthesia appeared appendicitis artificial anus autopsy became belly bile bladder caeci caecum cannula cause century clinical coil colic colon condition constipation diagnosis distended duodenal ulcer early edges escaped faecal faeces fatal fistula fluid follows gall-bladder gallstones gangrenous gastric ulcer Goldbeck Hippocrates ileus iliac passion iliac region inches incision inflammation inflammatory intestinal obstruction intussusception later Lawson Tait Lembert liver Louyer-Villermay Medical method observation omentum opening the abdomen operation for intussusception parietes passed pathological patient died perforated ulcer peritoneal cavity peritoneum perityphlitis Petit physician portion post-mortem published puncture recorded recovery rectum removed resection result right iliac fossa right iliac region rupture serous sigmoid small intestine stomach stones strangulated hernia successful suffering suppuration surgeons surgery surgical suture swelling symptoms tion transverse treatment tube umbilicus vermiform appendix volvulus vomiting wound