The Surgical diseases of the genito-urinary tract, venereal and sexual diseases

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F.A. Davis Company, 1900 - Genitourinary organs - 1011 pages
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Contents

Osseous degeneration of the penis
75
Penile epithelioma Vegetating form
76
Operation for phimosis
82
Venereal vegetations
92
Simple penile papillomata
93
PART III
94
Showing lacuna magna
95
Diagrammatic section of perineum showing arrangement of the triangular ligament
96
Dissection of perineum showing relation of bulb of urethra to the triangu lar ligament
97
IS Normal curve of urethra
98
Case of hypospadias pseudohermaphroditism
100
Case of hypospadias with marked feminine physique
101
Operation for hypospadias
102
Case of simple epispadias
103
Dolbeaus operation
104
Dolbeaus operation flaps in position
105
Formation of glans urethra
106
Flaps sutured in position
107
Preputial graft
108
Closure of posterior urethral defect
109
Alligator urethral forceps
112
Adenomata of the urethra
113
Adenoma of the urethra
114
Gonococci in urethral pus
123
Periurethral phlegmon
130
S Lydstons urethral irrigator
137
Gonorrhea in the Female 03
143
Proper form of urethral syringe
145
Chronic granular urethritis
151
Guyons bulbous bougie exploratrice
153
F ndoBcope
154
Cupped sound for urethral medication
155
Browns urethral speculum
156
Authors syringe for deep injection
157
Oberlitenders dilator straight
159
5 Gonorrheal inflammation of the left vulvovaginal gland
169
Showing the manner in which urethral coarctation and spasm oppose the entrance and withdrawal of a bulbous bougie
174
Linear stricture
184
Bridle stricture
185
4 Annular stricture
186
Tortuous multiple stricture
187
Multiple stricture penile and deep showing varying caliber
188
Casts of alleged normal urethras showing points of contraction
196
Dilation and trabeculation of prostatic urethra secondary to close bulbo membranous stricture
198
Showing extreme dilation of proximal side of genitourinary tract in stricture of long standing
200
Otiss urethrometer
206
Meatotome
207
Otis exploring bulbs
209
French scale for measuring urethral instruments
219
Olivetipped soft bougie
225
Tne Otis dilating urethrotome 240
240
Condition of urethra fifteen years after operation of dilating urethrotomy
243
Gouleys catheter staff and guide
244
Filiform bougies
245
Deep urethrotomy
246
Authors perineal drainagetube
247
Shirted cannula
248
Multiple urinary fistulas from deep stricture
258
Szymanowskis urethroplasty for penile urinary fistula 259
259
Szymanowskis operation for large penile fistula 260
260
NClatons operation for penile fistula
261
N61atons operation for penile fistula
262
second step
263
PART IV
265
93n Section of chancroid showing DucreyUnna streptobacillus in the tissues
266
Multiple chancroid in the female
280
Multiple chancroids in the male
282
Chronic chancroid of right labia
284
Extensive destruction of the genitals perineum and ischiorectal fossas from chancroid in an old syphilitic
285
Chancroid 2f
306
Double chancroidic bubo after spontaneous evacuation
311
Phagedenic bubo
316
PART V
332
Case of hereditary syphilis diagnosed as and treated for leprosy
333
Plantar leprosy resembling syphilis
334
Mixed type of leprosy simulating syphilis
335
Chancre of upper lip
366
Hard chancre in the fossa glandis
368
Papular syphilide
385
Papulosquamous syphilide
386
Pustuloulcerous syphilide
387
Ulcerating gumma
395
Ulcerous late syphilide
419
Squamous syphilidesocalled syphilitic psoriasisof palms
430
Early squamous syphilidesocalled syphilitic psoriasisof palms
431
Early circinat syphilide
434
Circulate syphilide
435
Ulcerous late syphilide
436
PART VI
515
Diseases of the Sexual Function and Instinct
524
PART VII
624
PART VIII
732
Urinary Calculus
776
Surgical Affections of the Kidney Continued
878
PART X
916
Varicocele
985
Appendix
1000
Secondary circinate syphilide 437
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