The Principles of Surgery

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Blanchard and Lea, 1856 - 728 páginas
 

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THE INFLAMMATORY PROCESS AND CONGESTION
104
Appearances of the Blood
110
Acute ædema of the glottis 11 Granular exudation in the intervascular spaces 12 Reticulated arrangement of the corpuscles of inflammatory blood 13...
118
Exudation assuming the form of pus 15 Nuclei developing into fibres 16 Cells 17 Perfect fibrous tissue
119
Compound granular corpuscles from cerebral softening 19 i acted upon by pressure
120
Excessive Deposit
122
Corpuscles in pus 22 66 shown upon a scale
124
Ulceration and Sloughing
128
The Chronic Inflammatory Process
134
General Treatment
154
Chronic ostitis from chronic rheumatism
163
164 165 166 Changes in the form and structure of the head and neck of the femur and acetabulum
164
CONGESTION
167
The same femur isolated and divided longitudinally
168
Formation and connection of loose fibrous bodies in the joint
169
Articular caries of the hipjoint
170
Cure of morbus coxarius by anchylosis
171
The same divided longitudinally
172
Complete anchylosis of the kneejoint
173
CHAPTER III
174
Enlarged bursa on the patella housemaids knee
175
Microscopic appearance of atheromatous deposit
176
Arterial degeneration and ulceration
177
True aneurism of the aorta
178
Aneurism of a double cyst
179
Aneurism by dilatation
180
CHAPTER IV
181
Section of a cyst or abscess overlaying an artery
182
Carotid of a dog 48 hours after deligation
183
9 days
184
96 hours
185
12th day 16
188
Principle of Hunters operation illustrated
189
Brasdors
190
Wardrops
191
The clamp for treating aneurism by compression
192
Dr Cartes instrument for compressing the femoral at its lower part
193
Varicose aneurism
195
Outline of varicose aneurism
196
Outline of aneurismal varix
197
Section of erectile tumor
198
Erectile tumor on the neck
199
Arterial varix in the palm
200
Fibrinous phlebitis
201
Varix of the veins of the leg
202
Operation for obliterating varicose veins
203

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Página 161 - To use the instrument, it is necessary to light the lamp, and hold the button over the flame, keeping the forefinger of the hand holding the instrument at the distance of about half an inch from the button. As soon as the finger feels uncomfortably hot, the instrument is ready for use, and the time required for heating it to this degree is only about a quarter of a minute.
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Página 88 - I do not hesitate to declare that, among the higher classes of society, at least four-fifths of the female patients who are commonly supposed to labour under diseases of the joints, labour under Hysteria and nothing else.
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