. Manual of operative veterinary surgery. Veterinary surgery. Fig. 338.—Tarsal Tenotomy. Cunean Tendon Exposed. Fig. 339.—Tarsal Tenotomy. The Tendon Kaised. across its direction. This incision is generally accompanied by a somewhat troublesome capillary hemorrhage, which ought to be controlled before proceeding further. The tendon may then be felt through its bursa, which is raised with the dissecting forceps and opened, when the tendon is readily exposed. The curved director is then inserted under the tendon, which is easily raised from its tract, and by guiding the tenotome along its groove

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. Manual of operative veterinary surgery. Veterinary surgery. Fig. 338.—Tarsal Tenotomy. Cunean Tendon Exposed. Fig. 339.—Tarsal Tenotomy. The Tendon Kaised. across its direction. This incision is generally accompanied by a somewhat troublesome capillary hemorrhage, which ought to be controlled before proceeding further. The tendon may then be felt through its bursa, which is raised with the dissecting forceps and opened, when the tendon is readily exposed. The curved director is then inserted under the tendon, which is easily raised from its tract, and by guiding the tenotome along its groove
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. Manual of operative veterinary surgery. Veterinary surgery. Fig. 338.—Tarsal Tenotomy. Cunean Tendon Exposed. Fig. 339.—Tarsal Tenotomy. The Tendon Kaised. across its direction. This incision is generally accompanied by a somewhat troublesome capillary hemorrhage, which ought to be controlled before proceeding further. The tendon may then be felt through its bursa, which is raised with the dissecting forceps and opened, when the tendon is readily exposed. The curved director is then inserted under the tendon, which is easily raised from its tract, and by guiding the tenotome along its groove the section is made by a single stroke. Some practitioners complete the operation by amputating a portion of the tendon. This is unnecessary, and compUcates the operation by subjecting the parts to the necessity of a repairing. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Liautard, Alexandre Franc?ois Augustin, 1835-. New York, Sabiston & Murray

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