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Modern Abdominal Surgery: With an Appendix on the Castration of Women by Spencer Wells

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Modern abdominal surgery:the Bradshaw lecture delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, December 18th, with an appendix on the castration of women; Méthode des greffes péritonéales; The management of accidental puncture and other injuries of the gravid uterus, as complications of laparotomy. After the patient is anesthetized, the surgeon can remove the appendix either by using the traditional open procedure (in which a 2–3 in [5– cm] incision is made in the abdomen) or via laparoscopy (in which four 1-in [cm] incisions are made in the abdomen). Modern Abdominal Surgery () Spencer Wells. With an Appendix on the Castration of Women. On Ovarian and Uterine Tumours () Spencer Wells. Practical Observations on Gout and Its Complications () Spencer Wells. Surgery, Past Present and Future () Spencer Wells. No .   Google symptoms for appendicitis. Had assumed my pain was muscular as I thought the appendix was lower down the body but Dr Google informs me the pain is often to the right of the belly button where it was. Had the symptom of nausea but no fever or diarrhea. The pain was’t huge so was thinking I’d maybe see a doctor tomorrow. Sunday pm.