Deformities, including diseases of the bones and joints: a text-book of orthopaedic surgery

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Macmillan and co., limited, 1912
 

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Contents

View of Feet of same patient as in Figs 61 and 62 A H Tubby
88
Contraction of Fingers A H Tubby
90
Syndactylism A H Tubby
91
Zellers Operation for Syndactyly Zeller
94
Steps of Felizets Operation for Syndactyly Berger and Bauzet
95
Authors Operation for Webbed Fingers A H Tubby and E Rock Calling
96
Do do do
97
Do do do
98
Didots Operation for Syndactyly Didot
99
Nortons Operation for Webbed Fingers A T Norton
100
Forgues Operation for Webbed Fingers Berger and Banzet
101
Do do do
102
Polydactyly P Redard
104
Suppression of Fingers and Congenital Constriction of Forearm A H Tubby
105
Congenital Hypertrophy of Ring Fingers Hawkins Ambler
107
Congenital Genu Recurvatum and Talipes CaleaneoVarus 1 Rudnrd
109
Congenital Absence of the Fibula and Talipes Valgus Mensel
110
Congenital Deformities of Lower Extremity A H Tubby Ill 93 Do do do
111
Congenital HammerToe A H Tubby
112
Do do
113
TSplint for PostOperative Treatment of HammerToe F G Ernst
114
Congenital Dislocations of Lower Jaw and Upper and Lower
116
Congenital Genu Recurvatum developing into Dislocation Drehmann
122
Dislocation of Biceps forwards in Congenital Dislocation of the Knee Drehin uin after Musket
123
Congenital Dislocation of the Hip
127
Hip of Stillborn Child with Congenital Dislocation J Jackson Clarke
130
Schema explaining necessity of lengthening the Adductors of Thigh
145
V Moxey
171
Method of fixing Pelvis in reducing Congenital Dislocation of Hip Briin
172
Reduction of Posterior Congenital Dislocation of Hip Briin
174
Reduction of Dislocation over Posterior Edge of Acetabulum Briin
175
Reduction of Dislocation over Posterior Wall of Acetabulum Lorcnz and Reiner
176
Congenital Dislocation of Hip effect of Reduction on the Hamstrings J Jackson Clarke
177
Reduction of Congenital Dislocation by Leverage Briin
181
Position attained after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip J Jackson Clarke
185
Position of Head of Femur after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip J Jackson Clarke
186
Diagram of turns of Plaster Bandage after Reduction of Congenital Dis location of Hip Lorenz
189
First Plaster Bandage after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip Lorenz
190
First Plaster Bandage after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip patient standing Lorenz
191
Plaster Bandages used in Bilateral Congenital Dislocation of Hip Lorenz
192
WerndortTs Axillary Position after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip Royal Whitman
193
Position of patient for Exercises on Table J Jackson Clarke
197
Passive Exercises after Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of Hip Jackson Clarke
198
Stretching of Hamstrings J Jackson Clarke
199
Exercises for SubSpinous cases J Jackson Clarke
200
Exercises for Spinal Muscles J Jackson Clarke
201
ClubFootGeneral Considerations
213
CHAPTER VIII
225
Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
227
Do do do
228
Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus in Infant A H Tubby
230
Tracing of Foot in Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
231
Skeleton of Foot in Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus P Redard
232
Treatment of Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus by Manipulation Berger and Banzet
244
Manipulation to overcome the Equinus Portion of the Deformity Berger and Banzet
245
Application and use of Malleable Iron Splint used in Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
246
Splint for Congenital Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
247
FIGURE PAGK 225 A H Tubbys Modification of H 0 Thomas Wrench Down Bros
282
Method of using H 0 Thomas Wrench Robert Jones
283
Do do do
284
Congenital Talipes EquinoValgus A H Tubby
297
CHAPTER I
301
Do do do
302
Mallet or DropFinger Abbe
308
Baseball Players Finger Abbe
309
Displacement of Fingers in Arthritis Deformans P Redard
311
CHAPTER II
313
Anterior View of Schlatters Disease A H Tubby
315
Lateral View of Schlatters Disease A H Tubby
316
Effects of shortened Tendo Achillis on Knee and Ankle A H Tubby
319
Talipes Arcuatus A H Tubby
323
Contracted Foot A H Tubby
324
Talipes Plantaris A H Tubby
326
Tracings of Soles of Feet in Talipes Plantaris A H Tubby
327
Paralytic Talipes Equinus before Treatment A H Tubby
330
Paralytic Talipes Equinus A H Tubby
331
The same patient lying down A H Tubby
332
Dropped Foot in Infantile Paralysis A H Tubby
335
Walking Apparatus for Talipes Equinus F G Ernst
337
Paralytic Talipes Equinus before and after Treatment A H Tubby
338
Paralytic Talipes Calcaneus A H Tubby
340
Paralytic Talipes Calcaneus Royal Whitman
341
Do do do
342
Walking Apparatus for Talipes Calcaneus F G Ernst
343
Zshaped Method for shortening Tendo Achillis A H Tubby
345
Paralytic Talipes CalcaneoValgus Royal Whitman
347
Whitmans Operation for Talipes Calcaneus Royal Whitman
348
Illustrating Robert Jones Operation for Talipes CalcaneoCavus
349
Do do do
350
Do do do 851
351
Spastic Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
359
Extreme Spastic Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
360
Do do do
361
Spastic Talipes EquinoVarus A H Tubby
362
Views of a case of HammerToe A H Tubby
363
TSplint for HammerToe F G Ernst
365
Do do do
390
Crossed asymmetry compensated A H Tubby
391
Do do do
392
The Physiology of the Spinal Column
394
Lateral View of Spinal Column R W Lovett
395
Representing Thickness of Intervertebral Discs Fick
396
Scoliosis or Lateral Curvature of the Spine
404
Cshaped Scoliosis A H Tubby
406
Right Dorsal and Left Lumbar Scoliosis A H Tubby
407
Scoliosis with Projection of Spinous Processes A H Tubby
408
Do do do
409
Scoliosis with Reversal of Curves A H Tubby
410
Outlines of Elastic Rods under Stress V Moxey
412
Front view of Scoliotic Spinal Column A H Tubby
414
Back view of Same A H Tubby
415
To illustrate Lovetts Experiments on Spinal Movements R W Lovett
416
Do do do
417
Do do do
418
Do v do do
419
To illustrate the Effects of Rotation on Spinal Column
421
Strife on the bodies of Scoliotic Vertebrae Redard
423
Dorsal Vertebra in a case of Scoliosis Lorenz
425
Position of the Ribs in right Dorsal Curvature P Redard
426
Shape of Chest in Scoliosis A H Tubby
427
Back view of same A H Tubby
428
CHAPTER IV
431
Schulthess Nivelliertrapez W Schulthess
438
Schulthess Scoliosometer W Schulthess
439
Left Lumbar Scoliosis Overhanging Type R V Lovett
447
Left Lumbar Scoliosis Nonoverhanging Type W Schulthess
448
Scoliosis S Curves W Schulthess
449
Rickety Scoliosis W Schulthess
450
Scoliosis aud Kyphosis W Schulthess
451
CervicoDorsal Scoliosis W Schulthess
453
Rickety CervicoDorsal Scoliosis W Schulthess
454
Rickety Scoliosis Double Curves A H Tubby
456
Boston SchoolDesk R W Lovett
475
Scoliosis and Astigmatism P Redard
478
Paralytic Scoliosis A H Tubby
479
Hysterical Scoliosis A H Tubby
483
Scoliosis and Empyema A H Tubby
484
Scoliosis after Left Pleurisy A H Tubby
485
DorsoLumbar Scoliosis and Adenoids A H Tubby
486
Very Severe DorsoLumbar Scoliosis A H Tubby
489
CHAPTER V
493
AdamsExercising Couch W Adams
497
Wolffs Cradle or Glissons Sling
498
Wards Reclining Chair W Adams
499
Langes Method of Treatment of Left Lumbar Scoliosis F Lange
504
Langes Method of correcting Left Lumbar and Right Dorsal Scoliosis F Lange
505
Langes Treatment of Left Total Scoliosis F Lange
506
Do do do
507
Do do do
508
Langes Treatment of Right Dorsal and Left Lumbar Scoliosis F Lange
509
Do do do
510
Do do do
511
Apparatus for Detorsion F Lange
512
Apparatus for strengthening Muscles of the Back F Lange
513
Langes Apparatus for Correction of Sshaped Scoliosis F Lange
514
CHAPTER VI
531
CHAPTER VII
559
CHAPTER VIII
572
CHAPTER X
603
CHAPTER XI
634
CHAPTER XIII
666
runRE PA0E 525 Inner View of the same Foot A H Tubby
691
Severe Static Flat Foot A H Tubby
692
Tracing of Inner Side of Arch of Foot A H Tubby
693
Yon Meyers Triangle
695
A Shoe constricting the front part of the Foot Bradford and Lovett
696
Tracings of Skiagrams of Foot Bradford and Lovett
697
A Sensible Shoe
698
Valgus and Varus Wedges A H Tubby
700
Modelling Whitmans Brace Royal Whitman
701
Forcible Adduction of the Foot Royal Whitman
705
Fixing the Foot in Adduction with Plaster Royal Whitman
706
Two Views of a Case of Hallux Valgus and Varus A H Tubby
710
Bad Boots and Bunions P Hoffman
711
Outlines of Feet and Footwear P Hoffman
712
A Toepost P Hoffman
714
Changes in Head of First Metatarsal Bone in Bunion A H Tubby
717
Changes in Head of First Metatarsal Bone in Bunion A H Tubby and E Rock Calling
718
Leather Soleplate F G Ernst
719
Transverse Sections through Heads of Metatarsal Bones A H Tubby and Vincent Moxey
722
Transverse Sections of Foot across Heads of Metatarsal Bones Robert Jones and A H Tubby
724
5G1 A Brace for Anterior Metatarsalgia Royal Whitman
728
SECTION IV
731
Ruptured Muscle during Contraction Ombredanne
736
Ruptured Biceps Ombredanne after Loos
737
Ruptured Biceps Humeri A H Tubby and E Rock Calling
738
Iscluemic Paralysis of Hand Robert Jones
747
Do do
750
Do do
751
INDEX OF AUTHORS QUOTED IN TEXT
825
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
843
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