A Treatise on Diseases of the Anus, Rectum, and Pelvic Colon

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D. Appleton, 1902 - Anus - 961 pages
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Page 582 - The LORD will smite thee with the botch of Egypt, and with the emerods, and with the scab, and with the itch, whereof thou canst not be healed.
Page 649 - The mucous membrane above the haemorrhoids is now divided transversely in successive stages, and the free margin of the severed membrane above is attached as soon as divided to the free margin of the skin below by a suitable number of sutures, ua The complete ring of pile-bearing mucous membrane is thus removed.
Page 582 - And it was so, that, after they had carried it about, the hand of the LORD was against the city with a very great destruction: and he smote the men of the city, both small and great, and they had emerods in their secret parts.
Page 648 - ... thus separated from the submucous bed on which they rested, are pulled bodily down, any undivided points of resistance being snipped across, and the haemorrhoids brought below the margin of the skin.
Page i - DISEASES OF THE ANUS, RECTUM AND PELVIC COLON. — By James P. Tuttle, AM, MD, Professor of Rectal Surgery in the New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, Visiting Surgeon to the Almshouse and Workhouse Hospitals.
Page 964 - Medical and Surgical Journal. " This work as it now stands is the best on the subject of stomach diseases in the English language. No physician's library is complete without it. It is in every way well adapted to the requirements of the general practitioner, although complete enough to meet also the requirements of the specialist."— American, Medico-Surgical Bulletin.
Page 964 - Spain, France, Italy, and the United States. To the present edition the author has not only added considerable new matter, but he has also entirely rewritten the work. The arrangement of the chapters has been somewhat changed, and many new personal observations and therapeutic experiences added. The desirability...
Page 964 - ... peculiarly valuable one, as the editor. Dr. Manges, has done his work in a thoroughly creditable manner. His numerous notes, additions, and new illustrations have made the book a classic one. Under these circumstances it should find a place in the library of every American physician, as their clientele is composed of such a large proportion of patients suffering from gastric complaints and more or less improper medication which most often ends in failure. There is no doubt that more properly...
Page 201 - ... so far as I know, so unprecedented in the amount of destruction as to be worth describing. I only saw it once in consultation. The disease was at one time regarded as cancerous. The patient, aged about forty, had had the disease for at least five years, and she lived many years after my visit. While the disease was already extensive, she bore a child. On the hips, just beyond the ischial tuberosities, were long scars, thin and bluish, of healed ulcers. The entire ano-perineal region was gone,...
Page 964 - ETC. This work has been thoroughly revised, rearranged, largely rewritten, and brought up to date from the most recent literature on the subject. 8vo, 602 pages. Sold by subscription. Cloth, $5.00 ; sheep, $6.00. "In giving the medical profession thia second revised translation of Prof.

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