The American Gynecological Journal: A Monthly Journal of Gynecology, Obstetrics and Abdominal Surgery. ... . Vol. I-III, No. 9, [April] 1891-Sept. 1893, Volume 1

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Page 94 - Latent gonorrhoea in the female, either the consequence of an acute gonorrhoeal invasion or not, if it pass from the latent into the apparent condition, manifests itself as acute, chronic, recurrent perimetritis or ovaritis, or as catarrh of certain sections of the genital organs. 5. "Latent gonorrhoea, in becoming apparent in the male, does so by attacks of gleet or epididyinitis.

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