The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . LISTERS splintgfor excision of the wrist. fingers may rest with comfort, is especially suitable for the after-treat-ment, when frequent passive and active movements of the fingers haveto be undertaken. Esmarch, the Surgeons Handbook. r, 66 c. For Fractures of the forearm: a. StromeyerS padded adduction-splint, for fracture of the lowerend of the radius (fig. 134). Fig. 134.. STROMEYERS padded adduction splint for fracture of the lower end of the radius. [3. StromeyerS padded forearm splint, for simple and compoundfract

The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . LISTERS splintgfor excision of the wrist. fingers may rest with comfort, is especially suitable for the after-treat-ment, when frequent passive and active movements of the fingers haveto be undertaken. Esmarch, the Surgeons Handbook. r, 66 c. For Fractures of the forearm: a. StromeyerS padded adduction-splint, for fracture of the lowerend of the radius (fig. 134). Fig. 134.. STROMEYERS padded adduction splint for fracture of the lower end of the radius. [3. StromeyerS padded forearm splint, for simple and compoundfract Stock Photo
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The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . LISTERS splintgfor excision of the wrist. fingers may rest with comfort, is especially suitable for the after-treat-ment, when frequent passive and active movements of the fingers haveto be undertaken. Esmarch, the Surgeons Handbook. r, 66 c. For Fractures of the forearm: a. StromeyerS padded adduction-splint, for fracture of the lowerend of the radius (fig. 134). Fig. 134.. STROMEYERS padded adduction splint for fracture of the lower end of the radius. [3. StromeyerS padded forearm splint, for simple and compoundfractures of the forearm (fig. 135). Fig. 135.

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