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Identifier: operativesurgery00pipe (find matches)
Title: Operative surgery illustrated : containing more than nineteen hundred engravings : including two hundred original, and fifty colored drawings: with explanatory text
Year: 1852 (1850s)
Authors: Piper, Richard Upton, 1816-1897 Bigelow, Henry Jacob, 1818-1890. Anaesthetic agents, their mode of exhibition, and physiological effects
Subjects: Surgery, Operative Ether General Surgery
Publisher: Boston : Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

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till furtherdescribed on succeeding pages.10* 114 OPERATIVE SURGERY ILLUSTRATED. (PLATE LXVI. PLATE LXVI Pig. 1. Section of the infra-orbitalnerve. Fig. 2. Section of the palmar apon-eurosis for permanent contraction ofthe fingers. Process of Dupuytren.A splint, to which the fingers are tobe bandaged, is represented behind thehand. Fig. 3. Section of the frontal nerve. Pig. 4. Section of the palmar apon-eurosis. Process of M. Goyrand. Pig. 5. Section of the sterno-mas-toid muscle. The operation is per-formed with the straight bistoury,passed under the muscle on a grooveddirector. Pig. 6. Section of the palmar apon-eurosis. Process of Sir Astley Coop-er. Pig. 7. Ulceration round the toenail; removal of the diseased flesh.Process of Dupuytren. Pig. 8. Section of the tendo Achil-lis. Process of M. Stromeyer. Pig. 9. Removal of the nail, withthe diseased mass of flesh round it.Process of Lisfranc. Pig. 10 shows the above case afterdivision of the tendon. Pig. 11. Case of club foot. PI. 65
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