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O., Cooper's, for ligation of the external iliac artery: an incision four or five inches long is made parallel with Poupart's ligament, and nearly an inch above it, commencing just outside the center of the ligament and extending outward and upward beyond the anterior superior iliac spine. Keyes, Otis, and others have found urotropin of the utmost value as a prophylactic remedy in preventing infection when administered for several days before and several days after operations on the genito-urinary tract. In short, it can be seen at a glance that less money is spent on them.