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" Suppose the patient to have been placed upon her back, across the bed, and with her hips near its edge, the presentation to be the right shoulder, with the head in the left iliac fossa, the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm,... "
American Observer Medical Monthly - Page 432
1873
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American eclectic obstetrics

John King - Health & Fitness - 1855 - 741 pages
...fossa — the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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AMERICAN ELECTIC OBSTETRICS

JOHN KING, M.D. - 1855
...fossa — -the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 11

Medicine - 1853
...fossa — the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position across the breast. We now apply our fingers on the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 6

Children - 1874
...have been placed on her back, across the bed, and with her hips near its edge — the presentation to be the right shoulder, with the head in the left...and enable us to apply a degree of lateral force. The left hand is also to be applied to tlui abdomen of the patient, over the breech, of the foetus....
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A Century of American Medicine: 1776-1876

Medicine - 1876 - 366 pages
...fossa— the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of a shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such...
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The Science and Art of Obstetrics

Theophilus Parvin - Medical - 1886 - 701 pages
...fossa — the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed as near as may be in its original position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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Essentials of Obstetrics Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers ...

William Easterly Ashton - Obstetrics - 1890 - 220 pages
...iliac fossa, the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed as near as may be in its original position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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King's Eclectic Obstetrics

John King, Robert C. Wintermute - Obstetrics, Eclectic - 1892 - 747 pages
...fossa — the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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Essentials of obstetrics

William Easterly Ashton - 1893 - 252 pages
...iliac fossa, the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed as near as may be in its original position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on...
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American gynecology: A monthly journal devoted to gynecology, obstetrics and ...

American gynecology - 1903
...fossa — the right hand to have been introduced into the vagina, and the arm, if prolapsed, having been placed, as near as may be, in its original position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the tip of a shoulder and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such...
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