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Identifier: treatiseondisloc00coop (find matches)
Title: A treatise on dislocations and on fractures of the joints
Year: 1824 (1820s)
Authors: Cooper, Astley, Sir, 1768-1841
Subjects: Dislocations Fractures, Bone Joints Dislocations Fractures
Publisher: London : Published for the author, by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green S. Highley T. and G. Underwood Burgess & Hill & Cox & Son
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
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Puhlishcd by AsUcy Cooper. 1S22. PLATE XXII. Fig. 1.Shews the new socket which has been formed on the innerside of the inferior costa of the scapula, in a dislocation ofthe OS humeri into the axilla. A. The scapula B. The coracoid process of the scapula C. The glenoid cavity, with the acromion above it D. The new socket for the head of the os humeri. Fig. 2.Partial dislocation of the os humeri forwards. This drawingwas made from the dissection of Mr. Patey, in Dorset-street. A. Clavicle B. Acromion C. Coracoid process D. Scapula EE. Os humeri; head of the bone somewhat altered F. Glenoid cavity G, New smooth cavity for the head of the os humeri, which extended from the edge of the glenoid cavity to thecoracoid process of the scapula. piLoJsxjnui.
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ruWifhcA l)yArtlc;y Too PLATE XXIII. Fig. 1.Dislocation of the os humeri forwards, under the clavicle,and behind the pectoral muscle. A. Clavicle B. Scapula C. Acromion D. Glenoid cavity of the scapula, from which the os humeri had been thrown; and on the inner side of this cavity is seen the coracoid process£. The head of the os humeri, with the tendon of the biceps passing over it; the head of the bone under the middle of the clavicle, in the centre of the scapula, and on the inner side of the coronoid processF. Portions of the new ligament, which enclosed the head of the bone Removed from a patient in St. Thomass Hospital byMr. Coleby. Museum, St. Thomas s Hospital. FjL.XMjIM. JFial

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  • bookcentury:1800
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  • booksubject:Dislocations
  • booksubject:Fractures__Bone
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  • booksubject:Fractures
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