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first metastases made recurrence certain, for the af- fected glands were beyond reach. In the series tabu- lated, some of the operations were not very extensive, the operators removing only african viagra one-half or two-thirds of the urethra. The large proportion of cures was prob- ably due to the fact that in the urethra an area of ir- ritation caused sjTnptoms very early, and thus led to investigation in diagnosis and radical treatment while the disease was still in a comparatively earlv stage. Dr. Lewis S. McMurtry of Louisville thought the chances for a radical operation being successful were very much endangered by the natural delay in making a diagnosis. He ventured to say, that nearly all cases repoi-ted had been primarily operated upon as urethral caruncle, and the malignant character of the growth had been lost sight of until the patient had been under treatment for caruncle for some time, and then failure of this treatment and extension of the growth had african viagra im- pressed the surgeon w-ith its true character. If those viagra condom cases were african viagra taken very early, african viagra african viagra and diagnosed pi-omptly, the same as cancer in viagra condom other portions of the genito- urinary tract in women, the results would be much bet- ter from complete e.xcision. Dr. Frederick J. Taussig of St. Louis stated if we included all cases where the history pointed very strongly to primary growth of the urethra and condi- tions at the time of examination showed a cancer in- volving the urethra and surrounding tissues, we would find the reports very much more favorable. He had occasion about three months ago to remove a small nodule from the urethra of a woman, fifty-three years of age, and his pathologist examined it a long time before he made up his mind it was not malignant. The epithelial proliferations in the urethra closely simulate early cancer, and he had the impression that probably a certain number of those cases that had been reported as cures were not really cancers. Dr. Joseph Brettauer of New Y^ork City had had but one case of primary carcinoma of the urethra. He had seen several cases of carcinoma of the externa! genitals and had published a series of 5 cases. Carcinoma of the female urethra was the most dangerous and malig- nant of all carcinomata he had encountered. Every one of the cases he viagra condom had published was operated radically. It was exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, to dif- ferentiate between early carcinoma of the urethra and urethral caruncle. It was more guesswork than any- thing else. Dr. Hiram N. Vineberg of New York City stated that one of the cases reported by Dr. Crossen was one to which his name was attached, and he could vouch for the genuineness of that particular case. The speci- men was examined by two good pathologists and african viagra both made the diagnosis of carcinoma. The woman after oneration was free from the disease for three years. She was still free from recurrence, it now being ten years since the operation was viagra condom done. Dr. J. Riddle Goffe of New Y'ork City related two cases on which he had operated, removing the urethra. Dr. Willis E. Ford of Utica, N. Y.. .said his first case of primary cancer of the urethra was in a doctor's wife who lived in northern New York. The growth, which was about as large as a walnut, obstructed the passage of urine. He removed the urethra to such an extent african viagra that he thought he left but very little of it. He did a viagra condom purse string, closed viagra condom up, and the patient got re- tention of urine. The growth returned within six months. Since that time he had seen half a dozen cases, and with the exception of primary cancer of the clitoris, he thought it was the most rapidly fatal of all cancers he had ever seen or had had anything to do with. Prolapsus of the Uterus. — Dr. Herman J. Boldt of New York City stated that before deciding upon a particluar operation, it was well to african viagra consider whether future offspring was desired by the viagra condom patient or not. viagra condom From his point viagra condom of view, it was perfectly justifiable to give the patient an opportunity to express her wish in that respect, and for them to consider in connection with such a wish the justifiability of granting it. The patient should have a voice in this matter. viagra condom A simple vaginal hysterectomy for prolapsus of the uterus should have no place in their domain african viagra of work, since by it a vaginal descensus could not be cured. During the child- - bearing period and the uterus in not more than the second degree of descensus, so that perhaps the cervix came down nearly to the vulva, he knew of no surgical intervention which answered an equally good purpose as a ventral suspension by the round ligaments d la Gilliam, combined with a plastic operation upon the pelvic floor, but not with too much narrowing of the vaginal african viagra canal. If properly done, a permanent cure would result in ninety per cent, of the cases, viagra condom unless african viagra a subsequent pregnancy should undo the result of the operation. Patients viagra condom who had a marked descensus, par- tial prolapsus, and complete prolapsus, in whom no further offspring was expected, might be treated by a vaginal operation with the expectation of getting a good result. A properly executed vaginal operation would overcome the displacement of the uterus and vagina, as well as any existing cystocele and rectocele. Personally, he preferred the radical vaginal fixation. The technique must necessarily vary with the individ- ual case. In patient who had a complete procidentia of the uterus and vagina, and of which no further use of the vaginal canal was to be made, as very old women, or viagra condom widows who did not expect to marry again, viagra condom they could do an operation which would guarantee an ab- solute cure, namely, a total extirpation of the uterus and the vagina, columnizing the vaginal tract viagra condom by cir- cular sutures, an operation that was comparatively simple, and an absolute guarantee as to permanent results. President's Address: "What Has the American Gynecological Society Done for Gynecology?" — Dr. Thomas J. Watkins of Chicago gave a review of 683 african viagra papers which had appeared from time to time in the 39 volumes of Transactions of the Society, and said that all of those contributions were valuable additions to gynecological literature. A Precise Method of Choosing a Time for Operation