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After operation the chief danger is prolapse of the iris into the wound.
The presence of the iris further prevents the prolapse of any capsule into the wound.
The eye does not settle down well after the operation, there being usually some prolapse of the iris or capsule into the wound.
At the same time, if the incision be placed too far back the ciliary body is liable to prolapse into the wound.
Eserine should have been previously instilled in order to contract the pupil and prevent prolapse of the iris.
It is simply a choice between irritation of the stool keeping the tissue up and no irritation permitting a prolapse.
INTESTINAL ILLSALCINOUS BURTON JAMISON
The objection is that at times these tumors or sacs prolapse very freely during the act of expelling the injected water.
INTESTINAL ILLSALCINOUS BURTON JAMISON
In those less favorable perforation of the cornea, prolapse of the iris, or total destruction of the eye take place.
But this prolapse occurs in many cases whether water is used or not.
INTESTINAL ILLSALCINOUS BURTON JAMISON
Prolapse and procidentia are different degrees of the same variety of displacement.

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