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Identifier: postoperativetr00mors
Title: Postoperative treatment; an epitome of the general management of postoperative care and treatment of surgical cases as practised by prominent American and European surgeons
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Morse, Nathan Clark. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Operations, Surgical. [from old catalog]
Publisher: Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's son & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress


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Fig. 167. Fig. 168. Types of Epithelioma Cured by Roxtgen-ray Treatment. so arranged that the main direction of the Rontgen-rays emitted is atan angle to the axis of the tube, the anode being:grounded. It is intro- VALUE OF RONTGEN-RAY. 467 duced within the vagina, and a Pennington brass shield is used if it isdesired to limit the area of radiance. Owing to the fact that the tube isbrought in close contact with the parts under treatment, the durationof exposure must be lessened in accordance therewith. Manner of Protecting the Patient.—In place of the cumbersomelead screens heretofore employed, the author uses a hard-rubber mask(see Fig. 161). The Friedlander protectiYe shield, although somewhat heavier, isequally efficacious. It not only protects the patient, but also the eyesof the operator, and admits of easy adjustment of the rays. CHAPTER XX. COMPENSATIVE OR ARTIFICIALAPPLIANCES. CHAPTER XX.COMPENSATIVE OR ARTIFICIAL APPLIANCES. Where and How to Amputate.—L. E. Jepson states


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