A System of Surgery, Volume 2

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Frederick Treves
Lea Brothers, 1896 - Surgery - 4 pages
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Contents

Double Congenital Talipes Equinovarus
55
Compound Aluminium and Steel retentive Night Shoe
56
Congenital Talipes Calcaneovalgus
57
Talipes Equinus following infantile hemiplegia
58
Ernsts Apparatus with Toeelevating Spring for Paralysis of lower Extremity below the Knee Joint
59
Talipes Cavus
60
Flat Foot
62
Extreme Flat Foot 03
63
Whitmans Steel Brace 04
64
Whitmans Steel Brace showing outer lip or flange 04
65
Thomass Splint for Knock Knee
68
Bow Logs
70
Anchylosis of the Hip at nearly a right angle after tuberculous Disease of the Hip
72
Anchylosis of the Hip in the adductcd position after tuberculous Disease
73
Diagram A to explain Fig 512 diagram B to explain Fig 513
74
Dorsal Dislocation of the Hip after Puerperal Fever
75
Showing the Application of Plaster of Paris in Flannel Strips to the Trunk and lower Limbs for a case of Contracted Right Hip whilst extension is emp...
76
Bony Anchylosis of Knee at a rightangle in a girl of twelve after tuberculous disease
77
Hallux Valgus
81
Hallux Flexus
82
Hammer Toes In each foot the second toe is affected
83
Left Hand in which there is a supernumerary thumb and a super numerary little finger
85
Congenital Constrictions and Webbed Toes
86
INJURIES OF THE HEAD By Henry Pbrcy Dean M S
92
Injuries of the Brain and of its Membranes
105
Contusions and Wounds of the Scalp
133
Fractures of thb Bones of the Face and Jaws
164
DISEASES OF THE HEAD By Henry Percy Dean M S
174
Diseases of the Skull
184
Inflammatory Diseasf s of the Dura Mater and its Sinuses
192
Inflammatory Diseases of the Pia Mater and Arachnoid
198
Tumours of the Brain
206
The Suuoical Treatment of Epilepsy
215
INJURIES OF THE SPINE By William H Bennett
221
CONCUSSION OF THE SPINE By Herbert W Page
254
DISEASES OF THE SPINE By William H Bennett
263
PIQ PAGE G17 Leather Splint with Jurymast sometimes used for support of the Head in Disease of the Cervical Spine
281
Case of extensive Caries of the Spine in which Anchylosis followed although no methodical treatment of any kind had heen adopted
282
G19 Necrosis of the Body of a Vertehra
283
Case of Recovery from extensive Caries with Lumbar Abscess which was treated by free incision scraping and removal of a mass of diseased bone
284
Spondylitis Deformans five dorsal vertebra united by lateral masses of new bone
285
Spondylitis Deformans showing the attitude and general aspect of the patient
286
Tumour growing from the inner Surface of the Dura Mater between the sixth and seventh Cervical Nerves
287
DISEASES AND INJURIES OF THE EAR By A Mar
290
Hand Mirror and Specula
291
Bruntons Otoscope
292
Aural Forceps 293
293
Epithelioma of the Canal and Auricle
294
Hsematoma Auris
295
Auricular Appendages and a Branchial Fistula in the Cheek
296
Aural Syrinso
297
Scoop for Cerumen
298
Congenital Obliteration of the Canal
300
Probe on Handle
301
Paracentesis Knife
303
Politzcrs Bag with Allens Nasal Pads and Nosepiece
304
Eustachian Cathoter
306
Vertical Section of the Mastoid with Pin passed into the lateral Sinus half an inch behind the margin of the external auditory canal
307
Trephine and Roseheaded Burr for Mastoid operations
308
Injuries of Mouth Palate Tongue Tonsil ani Pharynx
468
AFFECTIONS OF THE ESOPHAGUS By W Bruce
544
XLYII INJURIES AND DISEASES OF THE ABDOMEN
556
Affections of the Stomach
573
Affections of the Liver
579
Affections of the Spleen
586
Abdominal Abscesses
592
Affections of the Umbilicus
601
Tuberculous Peritonitis 019
607
Perityphlitis
624
Internal Hernia
656
HERNIA By Frederick Treves F R C S
664
PIO PAGE 841 Partial Prolapsus Recti
759
Complete Prolapsus in a Child
760
Section of Interoexternal Pile
764
Prolapsed Internal Piles
770
Adenomatous Rectal Polypus
773
Multiple Polypi of Rectum
774
Adenoma of Rectum
775
Fibrous Polypus of Rectum
776
Papilloma of Rectum
777
Margin of Cancerous Xodule
779
Cylindercelled Epithelioma of Rectum
780
Case of Colloid Cancer of the Rectum removed by transsacral incision
781
Large Sarcomatous Tumour of Anus and lower part of Rectum with secondary tumours on the inside of the thigh
782
Sarcomatous Infiltration of Rectum producing long tubular stricture
783
Diagram showing the Method of passing Sutures
790
DISEASES OF THE BREAST By W Watson Cheynb
794
Fungating Sarcoma of the Breast
806
Acinous Adenoma of the Breast
807
Tubular Adenoma of the Breast showing intracystic growths
808
Cancer of the Breast showing wrinkling of the skin
812
Cancer of the Breast showing retraction of the skin over the tumour at the axillary end of the breast
813
Atrophic Scinhus of the Breast
816
Section of Areola from a Case of Pagets Eczema
820
Section of Nipple from a Case of Cancer of the Breast showing the cancer cells spreading along the lymphatic vessels around the duct not in the duct
823
Section of Band of Fibrous Tissue suspensory ligament running from the Breast to the Skin showing cancer cells in two lymphatic vessels
824
Case showing Result of Skin Grafting after extensive Excision of the Mamma a month after the operation
825
Section of Pectoral Fascia showing lymphatic vessels blocked with cancer cells
826
Lymphatic Vessel in Pectoral Fascia containing several groups of cancer cells
827
Axillary Tissue showing a lymphatic vessel full of cancer cells
828
INJURIES AND DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS
831
Unilateral intermitting Hydronephrosis
843
Kidney in an advanced State of Calculous Pyonephrosis
847
Two Views of the same Right Kidney removed from a Woman who died of Cirrhosis of the Liver
851
Renal Tumour originating in an Accessory Adrenal
859
Cystic Degeneration of the Kidney
861
Section of Kidney with large simple Cyst communicating with a Calyx Renal pelvis dilated
862
Injuries and Diseases of the Urethra
864
Injuries and Diseases of the Prostate
900
Injuries and Diseases of the Bladder
918
INJURIES AND DISEASES OF THE TESTES SCROTUM
956
Injuries and Diseases of the Testicle
962
Functional Disorders in Relation to the Testicles
968
Hematocele
981
Syphilis and Tuberculosis of the Testicle
989
New Growths of the Testicle
995
Injuries and Diseases of the Vesicul f Seminales
1005
INJURIES AND DISEASES OF THE FEMALE GENITAL
1018

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Page 543 - Adhesion of the Soft Palate to the Posterior Wall of the Pharynx ; with a Description of the Parts seen on Dissection.
Page 711 - The needle of the analgesia syringe is entered at a point midway between the anterior superior iliac spine and the spine of the pubes half an inch above Poupart's ligament.
Page 754 - I believe, in a large number of cases, what happens is as follows: During the passage of a motion one of these little valves is caught by some projection in the fecal mass and its lateral attachments torn; at each subsequent motion the little sore thus made is reopened and possibly extended; the repeated interference with the attempts at healing, ends in the production of an ulcer, and the torn-down valve becomes swollen and edematous, constituting the so-called pile, or, as it sometimes has been...
Page 852 - E E— 18 and are unaccompanied by history of haematuria, the strumous nature of the disease is fairly clear ; but when they are associated with a history of haematuria and sharp lumbar or testicular pain in an otherwise healthy-looking person, calculus is greatly more probable.
Page 858 - ... 6. When the pelvis of the kidney is dilated, the resulting tumor may press upon the liver so as to be indistinguishable from it; it may, and often does, reach down into the iliac fossa; and occasionally it extends inward beyond the middle line of the abdomen. I have opened an hydronephrotic swelling which crossed the linea alba fully two inches. As a rule, however, renal enlargements never invade the pelvis, rarely reach the median line, and frequently are separated from the hepatic dullness...
Page 841 - ... wounds or concussions of the kidney. Traumatic nephritis is not usually serious, provided the damage inflicted on the kidney is not great and the large vessels are not ruptured. If severe, the kidney may be softened down into a mere pulp. Treatment. — If the kidney has been penetrated, urine will drain away by the external wound. If the organ has been opened by subparietal laceration or rupture, the chief danger when the large vessels are uninjured is from infiltration of urine into the cellular...
Page 618 - Surgical treatment has been most discouraging in acute peritonitis following upon gangrenous hernia, upon operation, and upon puerperal infection. It has met with but little better results in cases of perforation, in which the serous inflammation has been well established.
Page 618 - ... peritonitis the procedure adopted must obviously depend upon the cause and degree of the trouble. If the exudation be serous it will suffice if the fluid be evacuated, if the peritoneal cavity be gently dried in its most dependent parts by means of gauze sponges, and if the abdomen be closed without drainage. When the exudation is sero-purulent or purulent it is in many cases desirable that the cavity be irrigated. The fluid which appears to be best suited for this purpose is a •6 per cent,...
Page 754 - ... and how painful they are when dragged upon. Now the torn-down anal valve resembles closely this condition of the finger, except that in the former it is situated at the acutely sensitive anal margin, and subjected to the periodic strain of a passing motion; it is therefore not to be wondered at that the pain should be so excessive as to seriously affect the general health and render life miserable.
Page 604 - ... (4) No tissue in the body provides more favourable conditions for healing than does the peritoneum. (5) The peritoneum does not show the same degree of vulnerability in all parts, nor are all portions of it alike in the manner in which certain lesions are responded to. The part which is apparently most sensitive to infection, and which is most prone to rapidly spreading and diffuse inflammation, is that which covers the small intestine. The parietal peritoneum has certainly not so high a degree...

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