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Med Chir Trans. 1864; 47: 97–102.
A Case of Strangulated Femoral Rupture, where, on a former occasion, the neck had been torn from the body of the sac, in the taxis, and the escaping bowel had formed a subperitoneal pouch which finally attained an extraordinary size
J. W. Hulke
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