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" ... revealed no pathological condition to account for the bleeding. With the cervix well exposed by a bivalve speculum, the fluid blood was seen steadily oozing from the external os. Steadying the cervix with a tenaculum, a slight incision was made at... "
Bulletin of the Woman's Hospital - Page 12
by Woman's Hospital (New York, N.Y.) - 1914
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Transactions of the Philadelphia Obstetrical Society, Volumes 1-3

Philadelphia Obstetrical Society - 1877
...sloughing surface, which could not have held the stitches. It was situated about half an inch from the juncture of the anterior wall of the vagina with the cervix. DR. A. II. SMITH, thought that the injury was due, not to the kind of forceps used, but to its application...
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Medical Insurance: Devoted to the Insurance Examiner and Clinical ..., Volume 36

Ferdinand Eugene Daniel - Medicine - 1920
...interesting and very convincing to have a case of a young woman examined under an aneasthetic, and has revealed no pathological condition to account for...cervix well exposed by a bivalve speculum, the fluid was seen steadily oozing from the external os. Steading the cervix with a tenaculum a slight incision...
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