Upon opening the abdomen, I found it full of iliick colloid matter, which not only coaled and adhered firmly to the peritoneal covering of all the abdominal afraid to trust so much material either to absorption or removal by the drainage tube, I spent two hours in cleansing the abdomen both by sponging and flushing with hot water, but with only partial success. The club returned to Chicago Saturday night, Former Wisconsin M.

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