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Page 1738 - either directly or through the elbow, combined with adduction of the limb across the front of the chest and internal rotation. Such a combination is most frequently found in falls forward, in which the weight is received upon the adducted elbow.
Page 1614 - the most constant sign of fracture of the spine of the tibia is obstruction to full extension. The block feels like a definite bony obstruction and is quite different from the locking which occurs when a dislocated semilunar
Page 1598 - the inner and back part of the outer condyle of the femur. of the
Page 1614 - (1) Avulsion of the tibial spine or its internal tubercle; (2) fracture of the external tubercle of the spine; (3) injury of the spine combined with fracture of
Page 1563 - Rosenow (Production of Ulcer of the Stomach by Injection of Streptococci, Jour. Amer. Med. Assoc., 1913,
Page 1572 - Rapid progress has been made in the last few years in the
Page 1574 - (1) Is there any such thing as "traumatic hernia," one arising solely from a single act of violence? , (2) If not, how does a single act of violence affect the development of hernia? (3) And again, what is the effect of repeated acts of violence in the production of a hernia?
Page 1675 - is very easy and complete in varix, whereas in hernia it is usually only partial and often entirely impossible. In the erect posture pressure will reduce a varix, but it rapidly resumes its original size, without the aid of coughing or otherwise increasing intra-abdominal pressure. 3.