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Attractive World collecte les données d’inscription, toutes obligatoires, pour vous fournir le service de rencontres, et à des fins statistiques, publicitaires et d’amélioration du service.THE OPERATIONS OF SURGERY the OPERATIONS OF SURGERY INTENDED ESPECIALLY FOR THE USE OF THOSE RECENTLY APPOINTED ON A HOSPITAL STAFF AND FOR THOSE PREPARING FOR THE HIGHER EXAMINATIONS BY W. Horsley's method of operating on the brain 215-250 IV. — Operations on the fifth nerve.— Stretching the facial nerve. — Operative treatment of lupus.— Operative treatment of rodent ulcer. An allied condition, rarer, and one much more difficult to deal with, is described by Dr. To this exostosis several pieces of the inner table adha y . In one case, though nothing was found at the operation, a spiculum was found at the post-mortem examination not far from the trephine-hole, thus pointing to the advisability of sweeping a probe, carefully and with aseptic precautions, around the circumference of the trephine-opening, and at some distance from it. Eesults of operation.— These are eminently satisfactory. J lie, STaff * " l886) ' there " 0-' The depression in the covered clo sed bv *h " ' T^f T^' ^ * the sk « U ™ s ^- ^1, 2;: mat6na L In the expectation of finding an abscess- "'•-•ti'o '„ n \ ^° d f mi ° Symge Wa S thrust trough here in several C t " a I rel r/T d f° b ° ^ With a SCr °' 1S fluid . T f *° ha Ve fu Uy R ' s ' ain '" 1 his »H- seated fit.s lasting six years were mater, or brain to explain the (Its, or tin- good result. Operation.* — To begin with, a painful cicatrix t may be freely excised. After thorough removal of the scaj the wound was left to heal by granulation ; in all the attacks were arrested In om of Dr Echeverria's cases (loc. throu£r h I Free and most embarrassing hemorrhage maybe met with msawingtbroug Jlred dip'oe traversed by large sinus-like venous channels, requiring sponge pressure before and after the operation. I 89 its way through the dura mater aud be pressing on the brain.* If the first crown shows nothing abnormal, a probe should be gently inserted between the bone and dura mater and carefully swept around, so as to give information of the condition of the inner surface of the surrounding bone. t The term exostosis is sometimes applied to the depressed bone ; this, when 1 circumscribed and osteophyte, is easily dealt with. The dura mater was adherent, the bon much thickened and covered with thorn-like processes pressing on, but no perforating, the dura. It is difficult to say how the trephining ciu'ed in these cases ; the symptoms had lasted many years, and yet ceased after the opera- tion. 116), in a most excellent paper, in which large personal experience throws much light upon the subject, speaks of having had five such cases. § Or this structure may be raised together with the flaps. Operations on the Scalp.— Fibro-cellular tumours, or mollus- cum librosum.— Aneurism by anastomosis.— Question of operative interference in growths of the cranial bones and dura mater . Trephining.— Operative interference in immediate or recent fractures of the skull— Trephining in fractured skull.— Tre- phining for pus between the skull and dura mater.— Trephining for middle meningeal hemorrhage.— Trephining and explora- tion of cerebral abscess due to injury. Good illustrations c t • bhint spfculum of the internal table are given by Dr. Of the latter, some may have been quite cured after a longer interval, and, on the other hand, some of the former may have relapsed. On the seat of fracture being explored, a kind of pouch was found embracing an old blood clot When this was turned out, the haemorrhage was so free as to require the actual cautery ine intellectual faculties were largely restored by the operation, and the fits were ateo much reduced in frequency. 163 must be reflected with the aseptic and other precautions already I given. If there be reason to suspect abscess in the brain, because the symptoms of this condition (pp. Horsley, in one of his brilliant cases lately published, § has shown how much it may be possible to do in cases of epilepsy where the bone has already been removed, and where the mischief lies deeper down. — Operative interference in the case of foreign bodies in the brain.— Eem oval of bullets from the brain.— Trephining frontal sinuses 155-214 III. — Cerebral localization in reference to operations. and had pushed the dura deeply into one of the fissures. Out of 82, 48 were completely cured, and 13 relieved. 535) was as follows :-The patient, aged twenty-two, had, ten years before, fractured his right parietal bone Epileptic fits began six months after the injury, and their increasing frequency was associated with an extreme degree of idiocy, the patient being, on admission a mere automaton, without intelligence or memory. This may be done with good hope that nothing ■ I further in the way of operation will be required in cases where the scar is constantly painful, tender, or hot; where it corre- sponds to the course of some known nerve, and in any caso where I the original wound was lacerated, or contused, and slow in heal- ing, and where there is any chance of a splinter of wood or metal j being embedded in the scar 4 If it be necessary, as it usually is, to remove a crown of bone, appropriate flaps of one of the different forms mentioned at p. supra eft.), convulsions, vertigo, &c, were cu by the removal of a small fibroma adherent to the frontal periosteum and supra- 0 Tl Toh e nson { CUn. If the first crown show changes which are, however, not localized to it, the trephine must be applied again till all thickened bone capable of exert- ing pressure on the brain and its membranes is removed.t If no change can be found in the crown removed, or in the surrounding bone, what more should be done on this occasion ?

nggs {Ioc - supra dt and S made a good recovery In such a case, the sponge should be carefully disinfected and dusted with iodoform (p. Baliance thinks, by absence of the occipital vein t CEdema or tenderness over the internal jugular are due to extension ot tn clotting, and phlebitis, or to enlargement of the deep lymphatic glands. If a doubt exists as to the thrombosis of the sinus, a grooved needle should be inserted. I adopted the division by Regions deliberately, desiring that, by those for whom the book is in- tended, the Anatomy of each region should be studied at the same time as the Operations. This book is the outcome of a strong belief, which I have held for many years, that a work on Operative Surgery which aimed at being more comprehensive in scope and fuller in detail than those already published, would be of service to many who had recently been elected to hospital appointments, and to those who were working for the higher examinations. The plan of the book, with which some of my judges found fault, remains unchanged. His happy combination of Art and Medicine, and his friendly patience in carrying out my wishes, have been to me a saving of much trouble. Churchill I owe the opportunity of making use of some of those drawings by Thomas and William Bagg which were so well known in the pages of that master of his craft, Sir W. Au cours de la soirée, chaque homme devra rencontrer chaque femme (et vice-versa) en tête-à-tête, et ce, pour une durée limitée, préalablement définie : ici, 7 suis sympathique, bonne cuisinière, respectueuse de l'histoire et du passé de l'autre.je suis très humaniste, sensible aux autres, et très sensible à l'autre Qu’attendez-vous d’Attractive World : une rencontre simple et naturelle et pleine de gaitéPourquoi seriez-vous le partenaire idéal : il n'y a pas de partenaire idéal seulement deux êtres qui s'accordent Qu’attendez-vous d’Attractive World : rencontrer des esprits ouverts au monde......

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