(FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.)
The Chirurgical Treatment of Tuberculous Peritonitis.
At a meeting of the Chirurgical Clinic at the Hôpital de la Salpêtrière, M. le docteur Terrillon took for his lecture the following interesting study, viz.: "The Chirurgical Treatment of Tuberculous Peritonitis." A report of this lecture is just published of which I here give the contents.
We are about to study to-day an affection which has for a long time almost exclusively belonged to medicine, but which falls more and more under the dominion of surgery. I wish to speak of tuberculous peritonitis, of which we have, at this moment, an interesting example in our hospital.
You have been able to see, just now, in my ward, a young girl of sixteen years, pale, meagre, who presents a particular deformation of the abdominal region. The stomach is globulous, pointing forwards, as that of a woman affected with a cyst