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Ch APTER I NONSPECIFIC INFECTIONS AND WOUNDS
SPECIFIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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abdominal abscess acute affected anaesthesia artery becomes bladder blood bone breast calculus carcinoma cartilage catheter cause cavity cells cent cervical chronic Clinical common commonly complication condition congenital cord cyst deformity diagnosis disease dislocation diverticulum drainage duct duodenum enlarged epiphysis excision fascia femoral femoral hernia femur fibrous fistula fluid fossa fracture gall bladder gangrene gastric glands growth haemorrhage haemorrhoids hernia Hospital humerus hydrocele incision infection inguinal injury intestine intussusception joint kidney laparotomy lesion liable ligament ligature limb liver localised lumbar lymphatic malignant membrane muscles neck needle neoplasm nerve obstruction occasionally occurs operation osteoarthritis osteomyelitis pain patient pelvis performed periosteum peritoneum peritonitis posterior pressure prostate rare rectum removed renal rupture sarcoma secondary side skin sometimes spinal splint stage stomach stricture Surgeon suture swelling symptoms syphilis tendon testis tibia tion tissue Treatment consists tube tuberculous tumour ulcer ureter urethra urine usually veins wound X-ray