The Round-Ligament Operation
To the Editor:
—A good way to settle the Baldy-Webster priority controversy, in my humble opinion, would be for the disputants to shake hands and agree that they have discovered something that wasn't worth finding.
Their operation practically sacrifices the inner strong ends of the round ligament, and puts all the weight and strain on the outer attenuated and weakened ends of the ligament. Their operation has no advantage over...