Abdominal surgery

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J.B. Lippincott, 1914 - Abdomen - 477 pages
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Collodioncotton wool covering being removed
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Aluminum bronze threads seen in wound healed without reaction
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Line of wound covered with collodioncotton wool
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Sack drainage used in suppurative peritonitis
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Mikuliczs bag covered with slit mackintosh
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Colonies of bacteria on gelatine surfaces
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Drainage of empyema by drain conducted through dressing into a bottle
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Herrfordts cylinder
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Component parts of catgut harp
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Authors catgut harp in use
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Forfs formalin sterilizator for rubber catheters
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LECTURE IV
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Sudecks ether mask
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Ether narcosis with Wanschers apparatus
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Heisters mouth dilator
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Apparatus to draw mucus from throat during narcosis
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Ether bag of Gaudafil
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LECTURE V
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Richardsons ether spray for local anaesthesia
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Tube with ethyl chloride
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Cocaine anaesthesia after Obcrsts method
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Formation of bulla by endermatic cocaine injection
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Appearance before the strumectomy Ill 32 Appearance after the strumectomy Ill 33 Braung syringe for local anaesthesia
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Detection of third intervertebral space in line connecting top portions of crystae ilei
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LECTURE VI
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Bougies
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Pliable esophagus forceps
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Gold plate in oesophagus removed by oesophagotomy
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An English penny in oesophagus removed by asophagotomy
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Radiograph of toy bicycle tightly wedged in the oesophagus
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Toy bicycle removed by esophagectomy
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CEsophagoscope with Caspers panelectroscope
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CEsophagoscopy
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The coin catcher
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Showing healed line of incision after oesophagotomy for toy bicycle
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LECTURE VII
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Authors gastroscope for introduction of bougie into oesophagus
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LECTURE VIII
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Idiopathic dilatation of the oesophagus
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Riintgen picture of oesophagus diverticulum filled with bismuth pulp
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Cancer cardioe with dilatation of the oesophagus
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Extreme gastroptosis with marked cachexia
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Radiograph showing the position of the stomach lying down below the umbilicus in the pelvis 108
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Authors apparatus for exhaustion of stagnant contents of the oesophagus and stomach
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Relation of pleura and peritoneum to cardia
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Mikuliczs rib separator
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Resection of oesophagus performed between two clamps
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Halves of the Murphy button in place
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Anastomosis formed by joining two portions of the Murphy button
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Witzels oblique fistula
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Gastrostomy with employment of Pezzers drain after authors method
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Authors jejunostomy
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Rouxs gastrojejunooesophagostomy
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LECTURE IX
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Radiograph of stomach filled with bismuth and greatly prolapsed
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Radiograph from same patient 24 hours later showing abnormal position of colon
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Curtiss abdominal support
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LECTURE XI
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Ulcers on a ptosis crease of the mucous membrane of the stomach
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Gastroptosis cachexia
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Gastroptosis cachexia
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LECTURE XII
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Riintgen picture of the bismuthfilled large intestine
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Hepatopexy The liver fixed to the diaphragm by angular sutures
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Liver resection with pressure forceps
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Case of primary coloptosis with secondary gastroptosis
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Authors method of shortening the gastrocolic ligament
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Durets gastropexy
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Authors method of gastropexy
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Authors method of gastropexy
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Authors second method
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Coffeys operation for gastroptosis
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Authors method to enlarge the abdominal wall in cases of virginal ptosis
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LECTURE XIII
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Perforated stomach ulcers removed by excision
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Extirpated stomach ulcers
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Ulcer removed by extirpation
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LECTURE XV
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LECTURE XVI
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Resected pylorus with adjacent stomachwall
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Temperature curve after pylorectomy showing result of silver nitrate pills
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Pylorectomy after Billroths method
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Gastroduodenostomy for stenosis of pylorus
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LECTURE XVII
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LECTURE XVIII
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Commencing hourglass folding
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Hourglass stomach resulting from folds growing together with peri toneal surfaces
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Hourglass stomach cut through
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Tetanic contraction of normal ptosis stomach
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Radiograph of hourglass stomach
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Showing purpose of gastroplasty in hourglass stomach
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Resection of stomach with direct joining of segments
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Authors method for gastroenteroanastomosis
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LECTURE XX
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Fowlers bed
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Subphrenic abscess secondary to perforating ulcer of stomach on anterior surface
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LECTURE XXI
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Radiograph of a case of extensive cancer of stomach showing irregularity of RSntgen picture
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Adenocarcinoma of anterior wall of stomach removed by resection
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Sketch of lymphatic glands of stomach
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Resection of stomach
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Resection of stomach completed
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Threequarters of stomach removed together with 5 cm of duodenum
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Cancer pylori removed by resection
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LECTURE XXII
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VVolflers gastroenterostomy
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W61flers gastroenterostomy second step and Brauns entero anastomosis
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Von Hackers gastroenterostomia retrocolica
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LECTURE XXIII
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LECTURE XXV
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