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Practical Surgery: Including Surgical Dressings, Bandaging, Ligations and ...
J. Ewing Mears
No preview available - 2016
abduction acromion process amputation Anatomy angle ankle-joint antiseptic applied artery articular articulation astragalus axilla backward bandage biceps border carbolic carpus cause cavity clavicle compound compress condyle crepitus deformity diagnosis dislocation displaced bone dissected divided dorsal downward dressings edges elbow-joint employed excision extension extensor external femur fibula fingers flap method flexed flexion flexor foot forearm fracture fragments front head humerus iliac inches incision injury inner internal interosseous joint knife ligaments ligature limb longus lower extremity lower third luxation malleolus median nerve ment metacarpal bone metatarsal muscle muscular neck necrosis nerve obliquely occur operation outward pain passing patient periosteum phalanges placed plaster position posterior surface pressure Prof prognosis radius reduction removed result roller scaphoid scapula separation shoulder shoulder-joint side skin splint structures superficial supination surgeon surgical sutures symptoms tendo Achillis tendon thigh thumb tibia tion tissues transverse treatment ulna ulnar upper upward vein vessels wound
Page 795 - Dr. Brubaker deserves the hearty thanks of medical students for his Compend of Physiology. He has arranged the fundamental and practical principles of the science in a peculiarly inviting and accessible manner. I have already introduced the work to my class.
Page 801 - I have become thoroughly convinced of its great value, and have cordially recommended it to my class in Yale College."— Prof, David P. Smith. " I have examined it with some care, and think it a good book, and shall take pleasure in mentioning it among the works which may properly be put in the hands of students.
Page 798 - No student of Anatomy can take up this book without being pleased and instructed. Its Diagrams are original, striking and suggestive, giving more at a glance than pages of text description. * * * The text matches the illustrations in directness of practical application and clearness of detail.
Page 799 - Rearranged by Louis STARR, MD, Clinical Prof, of Dis. of Children in the Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania, and Physician to the Children's Hospital, Phila. Containing many new Prescriptions, a list of over 50 Formulae, conforming to the US Pharmacopoeia, and Directions for making Artificial Human Milk, for the Artificial Digestion of Milk, etc. Illus. " The author has avoided the not uncommon error of writing a book on general medicine and labeling it
Page 795 - A Compend of Obstetrics. For Physicians and Students. By HENRY G. LANDIS, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, in Starling Medical College, Columbus.
Page 801 - Practice. New Revised Edition. A Handbook of the Theory and Practice of Medicine. By Frederick T. Roberts, MD ; MRCP, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics in University College Hospital, London. Seventh Edition. Octavo.
Page 798 - Description of the Bones, with Colored Delineations of the Attachments of the Muscles. The General and Microscopical Structure of Bone and its Development. With Lithographic Plates and Numerous Illustrations.
Page 799 - As it is said of some men, so it might be said of some books, that they are ' born to greatness.' This new volume has, we believe, a mission, particularly in the hands of the younger members of the profession. In these days of prolixity in medical literature, it is refreshing to meet with an author who knows both what to say and when he has said it. The work of Dr. Goodhart (admirably conformed, by Dr.