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PHLEGMASIA DOLENS.

followed by cold lotions to the affected parts, and mild cathartics and anodynes were administered internally.

30th. The acute pain on pressure, and motion of the limb had subsided, and the extremity was universally œdematous. For two months after this period the limb remained so feeble, as to disable her from walking, and continued larger than the other.

Eleven months after the attack the general health of the patient was restored, and she again became pregnant. On the 5th of November, 1828, she was delivered of a still-born child, and died soon after from uterine hemorrhagy. Permission to examine the body was most reluctantly granted three days after death, and the dissection was necessarily conducted with the greatest possible dispatch, from the danger of interruption on the part of the relatives.

Appearances on Dissection.—The whole of the left inferior extremity was considerably larger than the right, but no serous fluid escaped from the incisions made through the integuments, beneath which a thick layer of peculiarly dense, granular, adipose matter was observed. The common external iliac and femoral veins and arteries, enclosed in their sheath, were removed from the body for examination. The common iliac with


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