Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences and Analytical Index: A Yearly Report of the Progress of the General Sanitary Sciences Throughout the World. [1888-1896.] ...

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F.A. Davis Company, 1892

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Էջ 10 - ... this dislocation the astragalus still articulates with the tibia and fibula, but is separated from its articulation with the os calcis and scaphoid, which with the foot may be displaced inwards, outwards, backwards or forwards. The patient should be given an anaesthetic; the surgeon should flex the leg on the thigh and the thigh on the abdomen; then counter-extension is made by an assistant firmly holding the thigh; the surgeon now pulls the foot in the desired direction. After reduction an evaporating...
Էջ 26 - Adhesions do not demand the removal of the tubes and ovaries, unless they be so dense that in breaking them the appendages are seriously injured. This presupposes that the appendages in themselves are not sufficiently diseased to demand removal.
Էջ 23 - A group of cases of system-sclerosis of the spinal cord, associated with diffuse collateral degeneration, occurring in enfeebled persons past middle life, and especially in women; studied with particular reference to etiology.
Էջ 37 - ... index finger being introduced almost its entire length into the rectum ; a long, straight double-edged bistoury is made to pierce the tissues in front of the anus at right angles to the vulva, and, guided by the finger in the rectum, is made to penetrate the septum for two and a half inches upward, the incision being enlarged laterally to two inches as the knife is withdrawn. The patient is then turned on her side, and on the points of incision being pressed together, a lozengeshaped opening...
Էջ 37 - ... the umbilicus, placing the middle, ring and little finger low down upon the dorsum of the virile organ, for perceptive purposes, and then sharply percuss the dorsum or...
Էջ 31 - What he has to offer on this subject is only the method of applying the principle that time is the great perineal protector, bearing in mind that almost any perineum will distend sufficiently to allow the safe passage of the head, if only the head can be prevented from advancing with too great rapidity just during the last portion of the second stage of labor. The two great forces driving the child toward the outer world are the contractions of the uterus and the contractions of the abdominal muscles.
Էջ 5 - ... of the nature of a slowly progressing fibrosis, affecting chiefly the nerves and nerve-endings of the clitoris and labia minoar.
Էջ 5 - ... a period of slower growth, and vice versa; those that remain behind for a time, if they remain in good health, make up the loss (at least in great part if not always completely) soon after. Indeed, to permanently dwarf a Guinea pig requires an astonishingly prolonged interference; thus a young pig may lose one-third of its weight from a severe intestinal catarrh and yet make it up subsequently. The number of similar observations is so great that we might assert safely that a pretty severe and...
Էջ 8 - A lesion limited to the centre for word-hearing, and causing word-deafness, will cause also paraphasia in attempts at speaking, and paraplexia in attempts at reading. 7. An isolated lesion of the centre for word-hearing, producing absolute or nearly absolute word-deafness, does not necessarily cause inability to recall words by other means, as for instance, through their visual signs; in such cases probably the meaning of the word is understood, although the name cannot be properly verified in consciousness....
Էջ 30 - ... instruments. The uterine sound is not only regarded as useless, but dangerous. The neurotic element in connection with pelvic disease has been noted. It has been found that the removal of the uterine appendages is not a legitimate operation in cases of purely functional neuroses ; that " when marked structural disease of the appendages coexists with severe neurotic disease, the latter should first be treated in the hope that the operation may be avoided ; that in hysteroepilepsy and hystero-mania...

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