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Books Books 1 - 10 of 17 on The method of performing the operation for repair of lacerated perinei as devised....
" The method of performing the operation for repair of lacerated perinei as devised by Dr. Streeter, is to my mind superior to any I have ever seen others perform or figured in books. The patient is placed upon her back, the legs flexed upon the thighs... "
The Medical Current - Page 323
edited by - 1886
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Biliary Calculi, Perineorrhaphy, Hospital Gangrene, and Its Kindred Diseases ...

C. H. von Tagen - Gallstones - 1881 - 170 pages
...the dorsal position, the patient reclining on the back, hips projecting over the edge of the bed ; the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen ; much the same position as when lithotomy is to be performed. The one most suitable and frequently...
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The Science and Art of Obstetrics

Theophilus Parvin - Obstetrics - 1886 - 701 pages
...is bent forward, the chin inclined to the chest, the arms folded over the breast, the feet flexed, the legs flexed upon the thighs, and the thighs upon the abdomen ; the foetus is thus folded upon itself, making an ovoid, its position being not unlike that of a chrysalis...
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Medical News, Volume 50

Medicine - 1887
...which has recently been issued. Cheron advises, in case the placenta be retained, that the patient be placed upon her back, the legs flexed upon the thighs, and the latter strongly flexed upon the abdomen, for he claims that this position causes the neck of the uterus...
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Medical Era, Volume 7

Robert Newton Tooker, Charles Gatchell, James Eldridge Gross - Medicine - 1889
...antiseptic solution. The patient is anaesthetized, placed upon the table in decubitus dorsalis, with the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen. The sphincter muscle is first thoroughly dilated: the tissue encircling the anus is then grasped by a number...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 26

Surgery - 1894
...correct impression of its size, outline, etc., is thus obtained. The patient's position is dorsal, with the legs flexed upon the thighs, and the thighs upon the abdomen, so that complete relaxation of the abdominal walls is secured. The author considers the iliac arteries...
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Twentieth Century Practice: Diseases of the respiratory organs and blood ...

Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1896
...swellings are found to be somewhat boggy, though the skin is tensely distended. The child lies with the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen in the earlier stages, and cries and shows other evidences of pain whenever the affected parts are...
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Twentieth century practice, Volume 7

1896
...swellings are found to be somewhat boggy, though the skin is tensely distended. The child lies with the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen in the earlier stages, and cries and shows other evidences of pain whenever the affected parts are...
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A Practical Treatise on Medical Diagnosis for Students and Physicians

John Herr Musser - Diagnosis - 1900 - 1089 pages
...organs, such as acute peritonitis, appendicitis, or endometritis, the patient lies on the back with the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen. Motion is avoided as much as possible, and so is any pressure upon the abdomen. The LATERAL or DORSAL...
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Symposium on appendicitis

Cuyahoga County Medical Society - 1900 - 46 pages
...it should be done. It is well, having the patient in the recumbent position, with the head high and the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen, to steady the abdominal wall with the four fingers of the left hand placed just below and to the left...
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The Medical Fortnightly, Volumes 17-18

Medicine - 1900
...position (the patient upon his back, the buttocks brought well forward to the edge of the table, and the legs flexed upon the thighs and the thighs upon the abdomen); but for general use the most comfortable as well as the most delicate posture for the patient and that...
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