Excerpt from Progressive Medicine, Vol. 2: A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries, and Improvements in the Medical and Surgical Sciences; June, 1902
As regards the injuries in times of peace, it will be seen that the mortality for the cases treated expectantly is but sli... ghtly higher than for those Operated upon. Considering, however, Mohr states, that quite a number of these cases were probably non-perforative, and excluding Reclus' mortality of 25 per cent., which cannot possibly be correct, the proportion will be rather different - 78 to 64 per cent. Mohr believes that in view of the greatly improved technique and earlier Operation as done in recent years the proportion by this time will no doubt have changed still more in favor of Operative treatment.
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