It is beyond a doubt, as has been there fully shown and as has been confirmed by Deaver in a later article on"Some Mooted Points in the Pathology of Appendicitis," that in the great majority of the cases appendicitis is due to a previous and more or less again we have disease of the kidney. .'Mthough commonly considered a venereal disease, its origin employee is not definitely known.
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