Diagnosis of ovarian cysts by means of the examination of their contents [Paperback]

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Diagnosis of ovarian cysts by means of the examination

Diagnosis of ovarian cysts by means of the examination of their contents [Paperback]

Description:This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book Diagnosis of ovarian cysts (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 Excerpt : …and Dec. 14th, 1878. 6 The Lancet, Aug 20th, 1870, p. 250, quoted by Peaslee. ‘Pean : Olinique Chirurgicale, 1879, vol. ii., p. 832. uterine fibroids, had up to 1879 only operated seven uterine fibro-cysts, and three ovarian cysts which he calls “utero-cystique,’ probably subperitoneal cysts; in all ten, against twenty-seven solid uterine fibroids and one sarcoma (“degenerescence embrycplastique ” ).
Pean1 divides the Diagnosis of ovarian cysts of the uterus in two classes, subperitoneal ovarian cysts and true uterine cysts. The first are more common, and contain generally a serous fluid, more rarely more or less pure blood, frequently bloody serum.
The true or interstitial uterine cysts, that is to say those formed in the depth of the wall, he says, are exceedingly rare. There have scarcely been reported more than three or four cases. M. Demarquay.(Union Medicale, 1868) has described a remarkable case of this kind.
There was one large and several small ovarian cysts. Some of the latter contained a ropy fluid, exactly like that in the large cyst, others pure or scarcely changed blood. A microscopical examination revealed that the muscular elements came in immediate contact with the fluid contained in the sac.
The fluid was serous. It contained a rather great quantity of red blood-corpussles which had kept all their normal characters, very few, likewise normal, colorless blood-corpuscles, and besides some large granular cells which were spherical or sometimes irregular, and a little flattened, with very thin walls, and a nucleus in their interior, and almost opaque in consequence of a large quantity of fat-granules.
The wall of the cyst was in some places formed by a yellow mass, which proved to be composed of uterine elements, full of fat-granules, and the interstices between the element…
  • Author: Henry Jacques Garrigues
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