Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 27, 1899.
To the Editor:
—In my article published in the Journal of Feb. 18, 1899, (p. 360), in the report of Case No. 5 the statement is made that "she has had local medical treatment for two years with no improvement." Since writing this, the physician who treated the patient before I saw her, and who last saw her about a year before she came to me, informs me that when the patient first came under his observation she was the subject of a marked uterine subinvolution, the fundus reaching as high as the umbilicus. I know the physician to be an accurate observer, and therefore feel it just to say that so far as this condition is concerned, "the local medical treatment" had improved the patient, as involution was complete when she came to my notice. Under report of Case No. 6, in the