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28 ABSTRACTS OF

28 ABSTRACTS OF TRANSACTIONS Dr. Pasteau insists upon the organization of the genito-urinary service in the armies. He shows how the centers of diagnosis and treatment are able to operate, whether the army be in camp or in the field. The treatment of gonorrhea, either simple or complicated becomes easy and the re- sults obtained satisfactory. As regards venereal prophylaxis, it is wise to avoid giving the impression that the methods, whatever they may be, insure against all possibility of infection, either in case of syphilis or gonorrhea. It is far preferable to state clearly that he who exposes him- self to infection is always running the risk of acquiring it and to persuade patients that it is to their interest to obtain treatment as soon as possible after the appearance of symptoms. The increase in the number and the permanence of treatment centers and their better organization are necessary in order to secure results superior to those obtained today. Dr. E. L. Keyes of New York insists upon the methods of prophylaxis against gonorrhea employed in the American Army and declares that in a series of 60,000 cases only 1 to 2 per cent of failures are recorded. Dr. Le Fur in the treatment of acute gonorrhea employs the methods of irrigation with permanganate in solutions of 1 : 6,000 and 1 : 4,000, even decreasing the strength in very acute cases to 1 : 8,000. Injections of 10 and 20 per cent argyrol are also used. This method of irriga- tion should not be continued for too long a period and as soon as the case has become subacute, that is to say, after about a month of urethro- vesical irrigations, dilatation should also be carried out. The dilatations should be given carefully and progressively, and instead of having an un- favorable effect upon the course of subacute and chronic gonorrhea, they unquestionably hasten the cure. Instillations of protargol and silver nitrate should not be employed in urethritis while the gonococcus is present for they provoke recurrences. In cases of gonorrheal cystitis, however, vesical instillations have a very beneficial effect. The abortive treatment of gonorrheal urethritis should be carried out almost exclu- sively with injections of 10 to 20 per cent and irrigations of 5 and 10 per cent argyrol. In the cases of epididymitis the author has obtained good results from epididymal injections of electrargol which lead to a rapid disappearance of pain and swelling. In cases of prostatitis massage of the prostate or in more exact terms "glandular expression of the prostate " is especially indicated and should be carried out alternately with high dilatations. Irrigations of the pos- terior urethra with a mechanical dilator may be advised at this point.

UROLOGICAL CONGRESS AT PARIS 29 The cases of seminal vesiculitis which are more frequent than is usu- ally supposed are in general very resistant to treatment and they explain those cases of recurrent infections where the disease was apparently cured. The use^of the gonococcal vaccine of Nicolle is followed apparently by more satisfactory results in the complications of gonorrhea, than in the disease itself. Dr. Escat of Marseille reports 2254 cases of gonorrhea, 1208 of which were treated in the infirmary of the garrison, 629 at the DermatoA^enereal Center and 354 at the Urological Center. The majority of the last men- tioned were cases of compUcated gonorrhea. From the standpoint of the service, the individual and the community, the treatment of gon- orrhea in the interior is far from what it should be. The author con- cludes: (1) That the treatment of simple gonorrhea or the more rebel- lious types without appreciable cause deserves to be better organized in the regimental infirmaries. The French method of irrigation advised by Janet could be easily and systematically carried out in the infirmary either in the form of an abortive treatment or as a routine method. The vaccines have given as yet either deceiving or doubtful results. (2) Cases of complicated gonorrhea should be treated only in the Urological Centers. The complications are either acute or chronic. For the cases of acute adenitis, irrigation is the method of choice after the subsidence of the in- flammation or after incision of the glands. For the cases of prostatitis he emphasizes the uselessness and danger of too early massage, particu- larly when this procedure fails to express secretion. In cases of severe epidid\Tiiitis, epididymotomy such as he advised in 1903 is the treatment of choice for it allows the patient to get up and resume irrigations. In cases of chronic complications without stricture he insists upon their immediate return to the army. All cases of urinary fistula, however, whether of follicular or Cowperian origin should be operated upon and allowed to recuperate. In cases of gonorirhea complicated by such le- sions as phimosis, vegetations, chancroid, chancre, etc., it is more often of advantage to employ surgical intervention. In urethral stricture he always employs irrigations and careful m-ethral dilatations. . Dr. Lehreton thinks that the best method of attacking the gonorrhea problem in the army and the one which would faciHtate rapid recupera- tion of all the cases which fill the regimental infirmaries or the special

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    INDEX 513 Prostatectomy, suprapubic