. TEKAL Cartilage (Old Method). The wall covering the lateral cartilage first thinned and stripped off; the two flaps (a, a) of skin and the coronary cushion made by the vertical incision turned back. a. The operation flaps ; h, the exposed cartilage ; c, the sensitive laminic ; d, the coronary cushion. fall into position. They are then sutured with carbolized gut, and the wound finally dressed as to be described later (p. 357). Second Method {after Moller and Frick*).—These operators deem it wise to leave untouched the skin of the coronet and the coronary cushion. They therefore make their fi

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. TEKAL Cartilage (Old Method). The wall covering the lateral cartilage first thinned and stripped off; the two flaps (a, a) of skin and the coronary cushion made by the vertical incision turned back. a. The operation flaps ; h, the exposed cartilage ; c, the sensitive laminic ; d, the coronary cushion. fall into position. They are then sutured with carbolized gut, and the wound finally dressed as to be described later (p. 357). Second Method {after Moller and Frick*).—These operators deem it wise to leave untouched the skin of the coronet and the coronary cushion. They therefore make their fi
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. TEKAL Cartilage (Old Method). The wall covering the lateral cartilage first thinned and stripped off; the two flaps (a, a) of skin and the coronary cushion made by the vertical incision turned back. a. The operation flaps ; h, the exposed cartilage ; c, the sensitive laminic ; d, the coronary cushion. fall into position. They are then sutured with carbolized gut, and the wound finally dressed as to be described later (p. 357). Second Method {after Moller and Frick*).—These operators deem it wise to leave untouched the skin of the coronet and the coronary cushion. They therefore make their first * Two cases of quittor successfully treated by this method are reported by K. Paine, M.E.C.V.S., in the Journal of Comimrative Patliologij and Therajieutics, vol. xv., p. 81. 23