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Impact - it promotes the appetite, enables the stomach to endure suitable nourishment, favors the early re-establishment of digestion, and will be tolerated by the stomach, when other tonics are rejected. Its root nitric is fusiform, white, and bitter, and will probably act as a bitter-tonic; the fruit or berries are slightly acid and edible, with a faint bitterness. Probably, however, some of the successful cases treated conservatively, and rejected from the table on account of uncertainty as to the exact nature of the injury were in reality hip-joint fractures and should count to the credit of this method of treatment, and of the cases treated by operation the successes are probably all reported, while a certain number of unsuccessful operations were doubtless not returned by the The following rule is laid down for the treatment of shot wounds of the hip-joint:" Expectant treatment is to be condemned in all cases in which the diagnosis of direct injury to the articulation can be clearly established; primary excisions of the head or upper extremity of the femur should be performed in all uncomplicated cases of shot fracture of the head or neck; intermediary excisions are indicated in similar cases "side" where the diagnosis is not made out till late; secondary excisions are demanded by caries of the head of the femur or secondary involvement of the joint; amputation or the upper extremity of the femur comminuted with great laceration of the soft parts, in such proximity to the trunk that amputation in the continuity is or trochanters of the femur is complicated with a fracture involving the hip joint is complicated by a severe compound fracture of the limb lower down, or by a wound of the knee-joint." Next in order come shot fractures of the shaft of the femur. Bowditch, he dose gained access to the higher professional circles, which were to him an additional inspiration.