. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . ^was performed, at which time, a right-sidedovarian cyst as large as an orange was saidto have been felt. Following the operation,there was some amelioration of sjmptoms,but no real relief. By March, 1913, all theold symptoms were back with increasedseverity. At this time it was customary forher to take soda six or more times at nightand eventually get relief bj^ vomiting. In 372 Enteroliths the middle of 1914, the symptoms wereextremely troublesome (she lost 40 lbs. insix weeks) and finally after failing to getreli

. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . ^was performed, at which time, a right-sidedovarian cyst as large as an orange was saidto have been felt. Following the operation,there was some amelioration of sjmptoms,but no real relief. By March, 1913, all theold symptoms were back with increasedseverity. At this time it was customary forher to take soda six or more times at nightand eventually get relief bj^ vomiting. In 372 Enteroliths the middle of 1914, the symptoms wereextremely troublesome (she lost 40 lbs. insix weeks) and finally after failing to getreli Stock Photo
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. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . ^was performed, at which time, a right-sidedovarian cyst as large as an orange was saidto have been felt. Following the operation, there was some amelioration of sjmptoms, but no real relief. By March, 1913, all theold symptoms were back with increasedseverity. At this time it was customary forher to take soda six or more times at nightand eventually get relief bj^ vomiting. In 372 Enteroliths the middle of 1914, the symptoms wereextremely troublesome (she lost 40 lbs. insix weeks) and finally after failing to getrelief with ulcer diet and hospital attention, a posterior gastroenterostomy was donewith the Murphy button. This was passedforty-nine days later. Following the operation, she was quitecomfortable for six months, when symp-toms reappeared with less severity; herprincipal complaints at this time beingconstipation with flatulence, distention, regurgitation and attacks of imperative. , i Fig. 5. Photiigrapli ol enterolith. diarrhea. During this period she was verycareful about her diet, more especially inregard to the quantity. In 1917, she beganher nurses training and was able tocomplete it without loss of time, althoughnever free from gastrointestinal distress. In October, 1920, after six months ofprivate night duty, all her old symptomsreappeared, epigastric sensitiveness feltthrough to the back, recurring attacksof colicky abdominal pain, belching, acidregurgitation, explosive vomiting, dis-tention, increasing constipation followedby colicky attacks in which she passedlarge quantities of intestinal gas, followedby sceral imperatie liquid stools. Aftersuch an attack, there was always a shortperiod of relief. In December, 1920, she was placed onulcer diet with Sippy powders, after a barium meal stud, which showed afunctioning gastroenterostomy and anapparent cap deformity with tenderness, presumably the evidence of a duodenalulcer. No improvement resulting, pat

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