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  • But if the afterbirth has not yet come away, but remains after the child itself is extruded, it is cut away within after the ligaturing of the cord.

    The History of Animals

  • - Prevent the yarn wrapping from undoing by ligaturing.

    2. Treatment of Lines for Mobile Devices and Appliances

  • Sooner than risk neurectomy, it seems to us wiser to give a trial to the operation advocated by M.G. Joly, namely, that of ligaturing one of the digital arteries on each affected foot.

    Diseases of the Horse's Foot

  • Meyer's treatment of pathological anatomy of surgical shoeing for symptoms of treatment of treatment of, by ligaturing the digital arteries

    Diseases of the Horse's Foot

  • It suffices to mention the two chief: uncertainty as to the vessel wounded, and the necessity of always ligaturing the vein as well as the artery in a limb often more or less dissected up by extravasated blood, to show that this will never be resorted to as routine treatment.

    Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre

  • The sympathetic nerve, R, Plate 6, is as close to the carotid artery behind, as the vagus nerve, N, Plate 5, and is as much endangered in ligaturing this vessel.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • The length of the subclavian artery between its point of branching from the innominate and that where it gives off its first branches varies in different bodies, but is seldom so extensive as to assure the operator of the ultimate success of the process of ligaturing the vessel.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • When the clavicle is depressed to the fullest extent, if then the sterno-cleido-mastoid and scalenus muscles be relaxed by inclining the head and neck towards the artery, I believe it may be possible to arrest the flow of blood through the artery by compressing it against the first rib, and this position will also facilitate the operation of ligaturing the vessel.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • The reader will (on comparing Plates 9 and 10) be enabled to take account of those structures which it is necessary to divide in the operation required for ligaturing the innominate artery,

    Surgical Anatomy

  • So many branches spring from all parts of the arch of the subclavian artery, that the operation of ligaturing this vessel is less successful than the same operation exercised on others.

    Surgical Anatomy

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