A Text-book of Practical Gynecology for Practitioners and Students

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Davis, 1908 - 642 pages
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Contents

Simss Depressor
26
Jacksons Perineal Retractor
27
Authors Selfretaining Perineal Retractor
28
Brewers Bivalve Speculum
29
Pratts Rectal Dilator in Graduated Sizes
30
Hypodermic Syringe for Examination
31
CHAPTER IV
35
Boeckmanns Sterilizer
38
Boeckmanns Sterilizer Tray for Instruments
39
Glass Brush Box
40
Instrument Stand
41
Operating Room at St Anthonys Hospital
42
Robbs Razor for Shaving Pudendum
43
Incising the Peritoneum
45
Knife for Abdominal Section
46
CHAPTER V
51
Saline Solution Injector
52
Canvas Chair
56
Gynecologic TechniqueComplications and Sequels
61
UterusMenstrual Period Showing Congested Area and Destruction of Mu cous Membrane Photomicrograph by Gramm
63
CHAPTER VII
69
Hard Rubber Graduated Dilators for Cervical Canal
72
Peasiees Cervical Dilators
73
CHAPTER VIII
77
Cervical Dilator for Sterility
81
CHAPTER IX
84
Follicular Vulvitis
86
Abscess of Vulvovaglnal Gland
88
CHAPTER X
94
Simss Glass Plug
102
Inflatable Rubber Cushion
103
CHAPTER XI
105
Hematocolpometros
106
Blunt Curved Scissors for Atresia Vagina?
108
Gonococcus of Nelsser tPhotomicrograph by Gramm Ill 50 Walls of Vagina Showing Muscularis Mucosa? etc Photomicrograph by Gramm
112
Fountainsyringe
114
Esmarchs Cutoff for Irrigation
115
Powderblower
116
Carcinoma Introitus Vagina? Photomicrograph by Gramm
117
Median Laceration of the Perineum Slinglike Action of the Levator Ani Maintained
120
Lateral Laceration of Perineum Slinglike Action of Levator Ani Destroyed
121
Mathieus Needle Holder
123
Curved Needles
124
Authors Automatic Springeye Needle
125
Peasiees Perineum Needle
126
Median Laceration of the Perineum Extending up and Involving the Septum Rectal and Vaginal Sutures Placed First and Second Steps
127
Median Complete Laceration of the Perineum Rectal and Vaginal Sutures Tied and Skin Sutures Placed Third and Fourth Steps
128
Perineorrhaphy for Incomplete Laceration of the Perineum Hegars Opera tion
129
Parkinsons Ether Inhaler
130
Lennikers Legholder
131
Emmets Scissors
132
Kellys Pad 13
133
Injuries to the Pelvic FloorLateral Lacerations Results
135
Relaxed Perineum the Result of Lateral Lacerations of the Perineum
136
Perineorrhaphy Emmets Operation Denudation First Step
138
Perineorrhaphy Emmets Operation The Crown and VShaped Sutures in Place Second Step
140
Knee Scissors for Flapsplitting Perineorrhaphy
142
Perineorrhaphy Flap Operation First Step
143
Perineorrhaphy Flap Operation Second Step
144
Cystocele and Rectocele
147
Operation for Cystocele by Oval Denudation
148
Stoltzs Operation for Cystocele
149
Watklnss Operation for Cystocele comprising five plates showing the suc cessive steps of Incision Dissection Sutures and Final Results
150
CHAPTER XIV
153
Tenaculum
154
Kellys Tenaculum Forceps
155
Fistula Scissors
156
Vesicovaginal Fistula Denudation Operation First Step
157
Fistula Needles
158
Vesicovaginal Fistula Denudation Operation Second Step
159
Vesicovaginal Fistula Flapsplitting Operation Bladderwall Sutured
160
Vesical Fistula Fergusons Operation First Step
161
Vesicovaginal Fistula Fergusons Operation Second Step
163
Female Catheter
164
Rubber Selfretaining Catheter
165
Rectovaginal Fistula Sutures Placed
168
CHAPTER XV
170
Uterine Ligaments Showing them All on Same Plane
171
Prolapsus Uteri
174
Inflatable Ring Pessary
177
Freunds Operation for Prolapsus Uteri
179
Flexions and Versions
182
Flexion of Dody on Cervix Uterosaeral Ligaments Shortened
183
Flexion of the Cervix on the Body
184
m Pessary
187
Retroversion of the Uterus
188
Congenital Retroflexion of the Uterus
191
Replacement and Retention of the UterusKelloqo8 Operation
193
Bimanual Reposition of Retroverted Uterus Second Movement i
194
Bimanual Reposition of Retroverted Uterus Last Movement 19i
195
Reposition of Retroverted Uterus by the Sound
196
Sims Uterine Repositor for Replacement of the Retroverted Uterus
197
SmithHodge Pessary
198
ThomasSmith Pessary
199
Hodge Pessary Showing Varying Degrees of Curvature
200
Adjusting the Pessary
201
Kelloggs Instruments for External Shortening of the Round Ligaments
202
no PAGE 115 Kelloggs Operation for External Shortening of the Round Ligaments In cision
203
Kelloggs Operation for Externa Shortening of the Round Ligaments Anchor age of the Ligament First Step
204
age of the Ligament Second Step
205
Ventrosuspension of the UterusInversion of the Uterus
207
Ventrosuspension of the Uterus Kellys Operation
208
Authors Button Forceps for picking up the Round Ligament in Round Liga ment Suspension of the Uterus
209
Ventrosuspension of the Uterus Gilliams Operation First Step Passing a Thread under the Round Ligament
210
Retractor for Retracting Skin and Fat in Round Ligament Ventrosuspension of the Uterus
211
Ventrosuspension of the Uterus Gilliams Operation Second Step Piercing the Abdominal Wall and Grasping the Thread which Holds the Ligament
212
Ventrosuspension of the Uterus Gilliams Operation Third Step Drawing up the Ligament through the Puncture in the Abdominal Wall and Securing ...
213
Rubber Cots
214
Replacing the Inverted Uterus
215
Reducing an Inverted Uterus by Splitting the Posterior Lip of the Cervix First Step
216
Reducing the Inverted Uterus by Splitting the Posterior Lip of the Cervix Second Step
217
CHAPTER XIX
219
Cystic Degeneration of the Cervix 22ft
220
Granular Erosion of the Cervix
222
Thomass Suction Syringe for Removing Cervical Secretions
223
Uterine Dressing Forceps for Wiping away Secretions and Applying Tampon
224
Buttles Spear for Puncturing the Cervix
225
Supravaginal Elongation of Cervix
227
Hematomctra
229
Operation for Pinhole Os First Step
230
Operation for Pinhole Os Second Step
231
Laceration of the Cervix Uteri
232
Alpha Syringe
235
Volsellum Forceps for Steadying the Cervix
236
Authors Cervical Knife
237
Emmets Cervical Needles
238
Counterpressure 23S 149 Denuding the Cervix
239
Trachelorrhaphy Sutures Placed Emmets Operation Second Step
240
Trachelorrhaphy Sutures Tied Third Step
241
Amputation of the Cervix Schroeders Operation
242
Flap Amputation of the Cervix Uteri Second and Third Steps
243
Shield and Forceps for Twisting Wire Suture
244
CHAPTER XXI
246
Cancer of the Cervix
249
Sponge Tent
254
Lamlnaria Tents
255
CHAPTER XXII
257
Irrigating Stand
258
Byfords Traction Forceps
259
Vaginal Hysterectomy Freeing the Cervix Posteriorly First Step
260
Peans Retractors
261
Vaginal Hysterectomy Freeing the Cervix in Front Second Step
262
Scissors
263
Vaginal Hysterectomy Applying Clamp to Right Broad Ligament the Left Being in Place Third Step
264
Turners Angiotrlbe
265
putation of the Cervix Amputation by Electrocautery Curettage
266
Vaginal Hysterectomy Fifth Step
267
FIG PAOE 171 Paquelin Cautery
268
Straight Cautery Knife
269
Strong Curette for Cervical Cancer
270
Uterus of Girl of Fourteen X 8 Diameters Photomicrograph by Gramml
271
Utricular Glands
272
Muscularis Adjacent to Gland Normal Photomicrograph by Gramm
273
Lymphatics and Lymphatic Glands of Uterus
274
Langstaffs Intrauterine Douche
290
Berlin Glass Douche
291
page Malignant Diseases of the Body op the Uterus
295
Carcinoma of Uterus Photomicrograph by Gramm
296
Large Cervical Dilators for Preparing the Way for Digital Exploration of the Uterine Cavity
297
Simss Screw for Removing Tampon
298
Round and Spindle Cell Sarcoma of Uterus Degenerating Photomicrograph by Gramm
300
Fibrosarcoma of Uterus Removed by Panhysterectomy Authors Case From Photograph
301
Sarcoma of the Body of the Uterus Inverted Authors Case
302
Uterine Fibroma Photomicrograph by Gramm
305
Uterine Myoma Photomicrograph by Gramm
306
Positions of the Subserous Interstitial and Submucous Fibroids
307
Method of Removing Pedunculated Subserous Fibroid by Turning Down a Cuff of the Peritoneum
308
Large Spherical Cervical Fibroid Intraligamentous Removed by Panhys terectomy Authors Case From Photograph
309
Interstitial and Multinodular Fibroids partially Intraligamentous Involving Body and Cervix Removed by Panhysterectomy Authors Case From Photo...
313
Fibroid Polypus of the Fundus being Cut Away
314
Multinodular Uterine Fibroid Authors Case From Photograph
315
A Subserous Fibroid Simulating Retroflexion of the Uterus
316
Treatment of Fibroid Tumors of the Uterus
318
Straight Uterine Scissors
320
Morcellation of the Submucous Fibroid to Reduce its Volume and Facilitate Delivery
321
Morcellation Forceps
322
Arterial Supply of the Genital Tract
323
Doyens Myoma Screw for Lifting Uterus out of the Cavity
324
Abdominal Hysterectomy First Step
325
Doyens Straight Broad Ligament Forceps
326
Abdominal Hysterectomy Second Step
327
Sponge Holder
328
Abdominal Hysterectomy Third Step
329
Abdominal Hysterectomy Fourth Step
330
Abdominal Hysterectomy Fifth Step
331
Abdominal Hysterectomy Kellys Method
332
Abdominal Hysterectomy Hemisection of the Uterus
333
CHAPTER XXVIII
334
Transverse Section of Fallopian Tube Normal Photomicrograph by Gramm
335
Staphylococcus Pyogenes Photomicrograph by Gramm
340
FIO PAGE 232 Bilateral Pyosalpinx Authors Case Drawn from Photograph
343
Tuboovariau Abscess Authors Case Drawn from Specimen
346
CHAPTER XXIX
348
Enlarged Tube and Ovary Simulating Retroversion of the Uterus
352
Improved Bedpan
356
CHAPTER XXX
360
Salplngooopnorectomy 386
369
Tuberculosis of the Fallopian Tube
371
Tuberculosis of the Fallopian Tube
372
Pelvic Cellulitis
375
Potains Aspirator
376
Rubber Drainage Tube
377
Operations through the Posterior Vaginal Fornix Enlarging the Opeuing by Stretching
380
CHAPTER XXXII
382
24 Ectopic Gestation Showing Sites of Implantation of Ovum
383
Ectopic Gestation Rupture into the Peritoneal Cavity
388
Ectopic Gestation Rupture Into the Broad Ligament
389
Ectopic Gestation Tubal Abortion Authors Case Drawn from Specimen
390
CHAPTER XXXIII
392
Hematocele
394
Hematoma
395
Clamp Forceps for Arresting Hemorrhage
397
Arrest Hemorrhage by Ap plying Clamps
398
CHAPTER XXXIV
401
Ripening Follicle Human Ovary Photomicrograph by Gramm
402
Cortex of Ovary Young Girl Photomicrograph by Gramm
403
Inflammation of the Ovaries Oophoritis
408
Ovarian CystsFollicular and Glandular
417
Glandular Cyst of the Ovary Photomicrograph by Gramm
422
Papillomatous Ovarian Cyst Woman Fortyseven Years Old Photomicro graph by Gramm
423
Areolar Cyst
424
Colloid Cyst Ovarian Photomicrograph by Gramm
425
Ovarian Cyst with Double Pedicle Authors Case Drawn from Specimen
427
Stalk of a Papillary Cyst
430
Ruptured Papillary Cyst of the Ovary
431
Ovarian Dermoid Containing a Switch of Hair Fourteen Inches Long Au thors Case Drawn from Specimen
435
The Dull Area of an Ovarian Cyst Authors Case Drawn from a Photograph
445
Ascites Showing Resonant and Dull Areas
448
Ascites with Patient on her Back Showing Resonant and Dull Areas
449
Ascites with Patient Vertical Showing Resonant and Dull Areas
450
Mediumsized Ovarian Cyst Showing the Dull Area in the Center and the Crescentic Area of Resonance at the Top and Sides
451
Large Ovarian Cyst Showing Resonance in One Flank Only
452
CHAPTER XXXIX
455
Tapping and Extraction of the Cyst
456
Spencer Wellss Sac Forceps
457
Tying the Pedicle
458
Williams Pedicle Forceps
459
Enucleation of the Intraligamentous Ovarian Cyst
460
Packing and Vaginal Drainage After Enucleation of an Intraligamentous Ovarian Cyst
461
Ovarian Cyst Weighing One Hundred and Seventysix Pounds Authors Case
463
After Llgating the Mesoappendix is Cut through and a Clamp Forceps Applied to the Root of the Appendix
465
a Pursestring Suture is Tightened Around the Inverted Stump of the Appendix
466
Murphys Button
467
Councils EndtoEnd Anastomosis First Step
468
Councils EndtoEnd Anastomosis Second Step
469
Connells EndtoEnd Anastomosis Third Step
470
Connells EndtoEnd Anastomosis Fourth Step
471
Lateral Anastomosis First Step
472
Lateral Anastomosis Second Step
473
fig PAGE 293 Lateral Anastomosis Third Step
474
Adenosarcoma of Ovary Photomicrograph by Gramm
479
Cyst of the Parovarium Authors Case Drawn from Specimen
480
Kellys Calibrator
484
Cystoscope
485
Headmirror
486
Examination by Electric Cystoscope
487
Authors Operation for Incontinence of Urine
493
Authors Operation for Incontinence of Urine
494
Urethral Dilator
495
Skenes Endoscope
500
Metal Female Catheter
504
Diseases of the Urethra and Bladder Concluded
507
Irrigating the Bladder
509
Artificial Vesicovaginal Fistula
511
Artificial Vesicovaginal Fistula Kellys Operation
512
Ambulatory Urinal
513
Vesical Sound
517
Sajouss Snare
520
CHAPTER XLIV
521
Showing Steps of Van Hooks Anastomosis Operation
524
Kellys Ureteral Searcher
525
Kellys Evacuator
527
Kellys Ureteral Catheters
528
Kellys Bladder Forceps
530
CHAPTER XLV
532
Harriss Segregator
535
Diseases of the Kidneys Concluded
544
Tuberculous Kidney
549
Mulberry Calculus of Kidney
553
Adenoma of Kidney
555
CHAPTER XLVII
558
CHAPTER XLVIII
566
Manual Dilatation of the Sphincters
568
Mackenzies Condenser
569
Anoscope
570
Kellys Rectal Dilators
571
Rectal Supporter 575
575
Cauterizing Prolapsed Bowel
576
Cautery Iron
577
Truaxs Atomizer
579
CHAPTER XLIX
582
Cooks Rectal Speculum
584
Plain Silver Probe
587
Dividing Structures Overlying Fistulous Tract
588
Waless Soft Rectal Bougie
594
Conical Rectal Bougie
595
CHAPTER L
598
Wights Angular Forceps
599
Ligatlng Pile
601
Pratts Tforceps
602
Mathewss Rectal Forceps
603
Clamping and Severing Pile
605
Snaring off Polypoid Growth
606
Kochers Angular Forceps
607
Malignant Stricture of Rectum
609
Sterilized Rod passed through Mesentery
611
Inguinal Colostomy 612
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