Handbook of gynecology

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C.V. Mosby Company, 1917 - 446 pages
 

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Page 5 - Atlas and Epitome of Operative Gynecology. By DR. O. SCHAFFER, of Heidelberg. Edited, with additions, by J. CLARENCE WEBSTER, MD (Edin.), FRCPE, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Rush Medical College, in affiliation with the University of Chicago.
Page 51 - The average time, from the beginning of one menstrual period to the beginning of the next one, is 28 days.
Page 334 - ... of the skin or local heat is unusual and suppuration is rare. A characteristic appearance in advanced cases is a pyramidal swelling with its base at the clavicle and the apex at the angle of the jaw. Generally a mass of glands consists of several large ones and a number of smaller glands. Their size varies from that of a pea to that of a large orange. Symptoms may be produced by pressure of enlarged lymph glands located in the mediastinum, abdomen or elsewhere, by development of the disease primarily...
Page 61 - The spaces thus formed, naming them from above, are the right hypochondriac, epigastric, left hypochondriac, right lumbar, umbilical, left lumbar, right inguinal, hypogastric, and left inguinal.
Page 100 - A relaxation or abolition of the sustaining and controlling influence that the nervous system exercises over the vital organic functions of the body. It is the result of a profound impression made on the cerebrospinal axis, either directly, through the agency of an afferent nerve, or through the circulatory medium.
Page 367 - ... which sets up after delivery in the cervix, as well as in the body of the uterus. But if the physiological inflammation of the uterus which follows parturition should prolong its duration and assume a pathological character, if remnants of the placenta, or of the membranes left in the uterine cavity give rise, by their decomposition, to an irritating...
Page 11 - Showing the area of dullness in moderate ascites, with the patient lying on her back 508 198.
Page 72 - Fig. 187. Indicating the relation of the Dull and Resonant Areas in the case of a Tumor occupying the central lower abdomen. (Butler — /Ktif/tiosticg of intmiiil Meilinne.) '"^S^Vm^^ m m&s**& Fig.
Page 380 - They vary in size from that of a pea to a man's head, are often pedicled or clustered like a bunch of grapes, and usually possess very delicate thin walls.
Page 270 - Portions of these infected clots may become dislodged and be carried by the blood stream to distant parts of the body where they form embolic abscesses.

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