. Surgical diseases of the dog and cat, with chapters on anaesthetics and obstetrics (second edition of 'Canine and feline surgery'). Dogs; Cats. Fig. 135.—Mode of Insertion of Cone. wise excessive inversion occurred during the suturing), and gradually rotated the bowel back to its original position as the suturing proceeded. Especial care must be taken to bur}' the ' cone suture ' knots, or peritonitis is apt to ensue. As each ' double turn ' (see Fig. 134) of the continuous suture was in process of being tightened, the assistant, with the closed blades of a pair of scissors applied on the flat, or other instrument, inverted the margins of the bowel, and kept them so until the double turn was drawn sufficienth' tight to invert them permanentl}-. When the gut had been sutured all round, the two ends of the suture were tied with a reef-knot; the bowel was carefulh- cleansed and the line of resection inspected, to insure that the edges were everywhere. 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.. Hobday, Frederick Thomas George, Sir, 1870-1939. Chicago, W. T. Keener & Co.