The International Journal of Surgery, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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Page 254 - BOOK ON THE PHYSICIAN HIMSELF, AND THINGS THAT CONCERN His REPUTATION AND SUCCESS, by DW Cathell, MD New Tenth Edition (Author's Last Revision).
Page 254 - Baltimore, etc., etc. Assisted by J. WILLIAMS LORD, AB, MD, Lecturer on Dermatology and Bandaging in the College of Physicians and Surgeons ; Assistant Physician to the Skin Department in the Dispensary of Johns Hopkins Hospital. No. 13 in the Physicians' and Students
Page 138 - Sir, the atrocious crime of being a young man, which the honorable gentleman has with such spirit and decency charged upon me, I shall neither attempt to palliate nor deny, but content myself with wishing that I may be one of those whose follies may cease with their youth, and not of that number who are ignorant in spite of experience.
Page 69 - I believe that in every case the seat of greatest pain, determined by the pressure of one finger, has been very exactly between an inch and a half and two inches from the anterior spinous process of the ilium on a straight line drawn from that process to the umbilicus.
Page 268 - ... that the results obtained not only encourage us to continue in the work, but require us, in the name of science and humanity to give to an insane woman the same chance of relief from disease of the ovaries and uterus that a sane woman has, EDITORIAL.
Page 258 - ... pressure be made on the table, by the hand so placed, it becomes evident that there is a boundary line between pronation and supination. If the hand is pronated, never so little, additional pressure will force the palm into pronation, which represents valgus in the foot, and if the hand be supinated in the slightest degree, additional pressure will force the palm into complete supination, which represents varus in the foot. By the application of this idea, the weight of the body may be made a...
Page 258 - ... position. This point may be illustrated by the hand placed with its ulnar border on the table. If considerable pressure be made on the table, by the hand so placed, it becomes evident that there is a boundary line between pronation and supination. If the hand is pronated, never so little, additional pressure will force the palm into pronation, which represents valgus in the foot, and if the hand be supinated in the slightest degree, additional pressure will force the palm into complete supination,...
Page 258 - ... condition it must be when the child begins to walk, and then another stage of treatment begins. When the patient begins to walk we have a new difficulty. It is now seen that the weight of the body, falling on the tender and ill-formed foot, will, if not properly directed, defeat all our efforts. Let us, for a moment, consider the mechanical environment of the human foot. In the first place, the corporal weight, which the quadruped distributes among four pedal extremities, falls in man, upon two....
Page 161 - ... 3. Gastro-enterostomy by the aid of large, moist perforated plates of decalcified bone, should be resorted to in the treatment of malignant stenosis of the pylorus, as soon as a positive diagnosis can be made and a radical operation is contra-indicated by local or general conditions of the patient.
Page 261 - Although congenital club-foot has been chiefly kept in mind in the above pages, the views expressed in regard to the influence of the weight of the body are applicable also to talipes varus of paralytic origin. In this affection, at an early stage, and before the foot has lost its flexibility, a simple walking brace is needed, as in Figs.

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