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Ascites: operative treatments; spontaneous cures; medical treatment; and cures after paracentesis

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Precautionary omentopexy in hepatic cirrhosis. Hepatic cirrhosis: haematemesis and other causes of death in. Paracentesis abdominis: intraperitoneal haemorrhage [illeg] and peritonitis due to. Autoserotherapy in peritoneal and pleural effusions. Notes on tapping or incisions for draining of oedema of legs etc. Splenectomy for chronic ascites connected with hepatic cirrhosis or Banti's disease. Haematemesis from oesophagal or gastric varix (connected or not with chronic alcoholism or hepatic cirrhosis)--for comparison. Also re causation of non-alcoholic and so-called 'alcoholic' hepatic cirrhosis (FPW etc)



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