The institutes and practice of surgery: being the outlines of a course of lectures . ke up any vessels, but the ooz 422 Amputation of the Fingers and Toes. ing of blood should be allowed to stop, after which the sur-geon may draw together the edges of the skin, so as tocover the end of the bone, and retain them by strips ofadhesive plaster, and a narrow roller. On Amputation, consult Potts Works, vol. 3—Heys Practical Ob-servations, edit. 3—Desaults Works, by Smith, vol. 1—/. Bells Princi-ples of Surgery, vol. 1—Larreys Military Surgery, by Hall, vol. 1 and2—C. Bells Operative Surgery, vol. 1—

The institutes and practice of surgery: being the outlines of a course of lectures . ke up any vessels, but the ooz 422 Amputation of the Fingers and Toes. ing of blood should be allowed to stop, after which the sur-geon may draw together the edges of the skin, so as tocover the end of the bone, and retain them by strips ofadhesive plaster, and a narrow roller. On Amputation, consult Potts Works, vol. 3—Heys Practical Ob-servations, edit. 3—Desaults Works, by Smith, vol. 1—/. Bells Princi-ples of Surgery, vol. 1—Larreys Military Surgery, by Hall, vol. 1 and2—C. Bells Operative Surgery, vol. 1— Stock Photo
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The institutes and practice of surgery: being the outlines of a course of lectures . ke up any vessels, but the ooz 422 Amputation of the Fingers and Toes. ing of blood should be allowed to stop, after which the sur-geon may draw together the edges of the skin, so as tocover the end of the bone, and retain them by strips ofadhesive plaster, and a narrow roller. On Amputation, consult Potts Works, vol. 3—Heys Practical Ob-servations, edit. 3—Desaults Works, by Smith, vol. 1—/. Bells Princi-ples of Surgery, vol. 1—Larreys Military Surgery, by Hall, vol. 1 and2—C. Bells Operative Surgery, vol. 1—Guthrie on Gun-Shot Woundsof the Extremities—Tliomsons Report of Observations made in the Mili-tary Hospitals in Belgium, after the Battle of Waterloo; with some Re-marks upon Amputation—Pelletan Clinique Chirurgicak, tome 3—Hen-nens Principles of Military Surgery, edit. 2—C. Bells Surgical Obser-vations-—Dorseys Surgery, vol. 2. edit. 3. THE ENU. DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER. Plate I opposite page 24 II . 92 III . 108 IV 111 v , 135 VI 192 VII . 197 VIII *, 388.

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