By George M. Gould, Walter L. Pyle
Freaks and clinical curiosities from 1896. a suite of impressive circumstances derived from an exhaustive learn of scientific literature. Abstracted, annotated, and listed. Authors: George M. Gould, MD, Walter L. Pyle, MD writer: Bell Publishing corporation Date: 1956 facsimile version of 1896 printing structure: Hardcover info: 296 b&w illustrations, 968 pages
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The head of the fetus could be felt through the abdomen; an incision was made through the parietes; a fully developed female child was delivered, but, unfortunately, the mother died of septic infection. The British Medical Journal quotes: "Pinard (Bull. de l'Acad. , August 6, 1895) records the following, which he describes as an ideal case. The patient was aged thirty−six, had had no illness, and had been regular from the age of fourteen till July, 1894. During August of that year she had nausea and vomiting; on the 22d and 23d she lost a fluid, which was just pink.
She devoured enormous quantities, preferring hard−wood charcoal. Bruyesinus speaks of a woman who had a most perverted appetite for her own milk, and constantly drained her breasts; Krafft−Ebing cites a similar case. Another case is that of a pregnant woman who had a desire for hot and pungent articles of food, and who in a short time devoured a pound of pepper. Scheidemantel cites a case in which the perverted appetite, originating in pregnancy, became permanent, but this is not the experience of most observers.
So sure was he that it would not live that he placed it in a basin while he attended to the mother. After this had been done, the child being still alive, he wrapped it in cotton and was surprised next day to find it alive. It was then placed in a small, well−heated room and fed with a spoon on human milk; on the twelfth day it could take the breast, since which time it thrived and grew. There is a case on record of a child viable at six months and twenty days. The mother had a miscarriage at the beginning of 1877, after which menstruation became regular, appearing last from July 3 to 9, 1877.