A Treatise on Gynecology: Clinical and Operative

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New Sydenham Society, 1893

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Page 378 - At first small gray specks or elevated gray spots (glanders-nodules), varying in size from that of a pin's head to that of a pea, make their appearance (Fig.
Page 490 - The right horn is seen as an elongated band ; its point of junction with the tube is indicated by the insertion of the round ligament, which is hypertrophied ; r, round ligament ; 0, ovary ; t, tube ; r, vagina.
Page 476 - To this order belong certain vaginal bands and also the peritoneal band running from the posterior wall of the bladder to the anterior surface of the rectum, which has been found, in several cases of bicornate uterus.
Page 317 - ... and gave it the name by which it has since been known.
Page 142 - Fistulous tracts must be freely excised, and there should be no hesitation in performing hysterectomy, even for a very circumscribed ulceration of the cervix, if the diagnosis be certain.
Page 494 - Didelphous uterus and divided vagina (Ollivier). a, right segment ; b, left segment ; c, d, right ovary and round ligament ; f, e, left ovary and round ligament ; g, j, left cervix and vagina; /,, septum dividing the two vaginae ; h, i, right cervix and vagina.

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