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abduction abscess acetabulum acute angle ankylosis apparatus arch arthritis articular atrophy bending bone Boston brace cartilage cause cent Chir chronic clinical condition condyle correction coxa deformans deformity developed diagnosis dorsal element epiphyseal etiology feet femur fixation flat foot flexed flexion fracture Freiberg function genu valgum hallux valgus head Heft hip disease Hospital hypertrophy inch incision jacket Jour lateral curvature lateral curve ligaments limb lipoma Lorenz lower lumbar luxation Medical ment method months motion muscles muscular neck normal nurses observed occurred operation Orthopedic Surgeon osteitis deformans osteoclasis osteoclast osteomyelitis osteotomy pain paralysis pathological patient pelvis periosteum plaster of Paris position posterior present pressure pronation removed reported result rheumatism ribs rotation scapula scoliosis shortening shoulder shows side skiagraphic spine splint Surgery symptoms synovial tendon thorax tibia tion tissue torsion traction trauma treatment tuberculosis tuberculous twist usually valgus vertebra walk weight X-ray Zeitschr
Page viii - MD Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery in the University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon to the Presbyterian Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the White Cripples' Home, the Colored Cripples' Home, and the Home for Incurables, Philadelphia; Consulting Surgeon to the New Jersey State School for Feeble-minded Children.
Page xi - Vienna, Austria. 1889. HOWARD MARSH, FRCS ENG., Senior Assistant Surgeon and Lecturer on Surgery, St. Bartholomew's Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children, and Alexandra Hospital for Hip Disease. 30 Bruton Street, W., London, England. 1890. EDMUND OWEN, MB, FRCS, Surgeon to and Joint Lecturer on Surgery at St. Mary's Hospital; Senior Surgeon to the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street. 64 Great Cumberland Place, W., London, England. 1892. PIETRO PANZERI, MD, Direttore...
Page vii - University; Assistant Physician-in-charge of General Diseases at Emergency Hospital and Central Dispensary; Surgeon-in-charge of Orthopedic Department Emergency Hospital and Central Dispensary; Attending Physician to Newsboys' Home and Children's Aid Society.
Page 44 - Imprint tracings were first used by having the nurse step on smoked paper, but after 1.30 of these observations it became evident that they were practically worthless. An imprint of this sort is a composite record of two positions. The foot first touches the paper and records the non-weight-bearing imprint, and then the imprint of the weighted foot. The two are merged, and a foot, which in use really rests upon two points of pressure only, the ball of the foot and the heel, gives a mark as if the...
Page 97 - The knee joint, formed between the articular surfaces of the lower end of the femur and the upper end of the tibia, is largely a hinge joint.
Page 218 - Sunlight, fresh air and good food, together with fixation and protection of the affected joint, are the most important agents in the contest with tubercular infection.
Page vi - Medical School and Hospital ; Assistant to the Chair of Orthopedic Surgery, University Medical School; Visiting Surgeon to the Post Graduate Hospital, New York.
Page 442 - Goldthwait JE. Slipping or recurrent dislocation of the patella. With the report of eleven cases. Boston Med Surg J 1904;150: 169-81.
Page 212 - ... viz. : (1) A very acute form with features suggesting a tendency to suppuration, and (2) a milder" form accompanied by a great deal of effusion and pain on movement, but with little or no surface redness. A feature of interest in this case is the extension of the swelling beyond the limits of the joint cavity.