Operative surgery . Fig. 1412.—Brenners doublepurse-string suture.. Fig. 1413.—MacCormacs method of placinginterrupted sutures. in which complete primary closure is made, ])rompt and permanent uniondoes not take place. Tlierefore, if there be any doubt regarding the propercourse to pursue in this respect, the visceral wound should not be entirelyclosed, and suitable drainage should be established. In case immediate union OPERATIONS ON IllK lKINAIi^ I.I.A DDHi:. 12(»1 be souglit for, dniiiia^^^ of the abdoiniiKil wound, as already stated, sliould bepracticed, and the hlachler relieved with a ca

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Operative surgery . Fig. 1412.—Brenners doublepurse-string suture.. Fig. 1413.—MacCormacs method of placinginterrupted sutures. in which complete primary closure is made, ])rompt and permanent uniondoes not take place. Tlierefore, if there be any doubt regarding the propercourse to pursue in this respect, the visceral wound should not be entirelyclosed, and suitable drainage should be established. In case immediate union OPERATIONS ON IllK lKINAIi^ I.I.A DDHi:. 12(»1 be souglit for, dniiiia^^^ of the abdoiniiKil wound, as already stated, sliould bepracticed, and the hlachler relieved with a ca Stock Photo
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Operative surgery . Fig. 1412.—Brenners doublepurse-string suture.. Fig. 1413.—MacCormacs method of placinginterrupted sutures. in which complete primary closure is made, ])rompt and permanent uniondoes not take place. Tlierefore, if there be any doubt regarding the propercourse to pursue in this respect, the visceral wound should not be entirelyclosed, and suitable drainage should be established. In case immediate union OPERATIONS ON IllK lKINAIi^ I.I.A DDHi:. 12(»1 be souglit for, dniiiia^^^ of the abdoiniiKil wound, as already stated, sliould bepracticed, and the hlachler relieved with a ca
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Operative surgery . Fig. 1412.—Brenners doublepurse-string suture.. Fig. 1413.—MacCormacs method of placinginterrupted sutures. in which complete primary closure is made, ])rompt and permanent uniondoes not take place. Tlierefore, if there be any doubt regarding the propercourse to pursue in this respect, the visceral wound should not be entirelyclosed, and suitable drainage should be established. In case immediate union OPERATIONS ON IllK lKINAIi^ I.I.A DDHi:. 12(»1 be souglit for, dniiiia^^^ of the abdoiniiKil wound, as already stated, sliould bepracticed, and the hlachler relieved with a catlieter at regular intervals, ifcontinuous di-aina_i;e be not employed. /ii/(/i/(/ier proposed and practiced anintraperitoiual method of operation as follows: He thoroughly cleansed thebladder and the tield of operation, inserted and retained in the organ a largecatheter, exposed the anterior wall of the bladder in the usual manner—butmore extensively opening the peritoneal cavity—drew u}) and temporarily lixedthe bladder to the borders of the abdominal wo