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Original - University of Toronto Libraries

Original - University of Toronto

F kOM the DEPARTMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL SURGERY ,„./YORiC UNJVJ and BELLEVUE HOSPITAL, .N4EDiCAL. COLLEGE

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  • Page 10 and 11: D. STUDIES IN ENTERIC SURGERY. 1. P
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  • Page 19 and 20: ACUTE PERFORATED ULCER OF THE STOMA
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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    — EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUC

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    EXPERIMENTAL INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION

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    joints, (3) Henoch's purpura, in wh

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    infection; (2) the persistent tende

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    i o

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    abdominal pain out of all proportio

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    Reprinted from Xew York State Journ

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    upon the functiona] condition of th

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    healthy normal animals contain bact

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    ial activity ; but the evidence at

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    cases or in 25 per cent. (See table

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    EXPERIMEXTAL TABLE OF HEPATIC AND P

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    5. Drawing from autopsied animal sh

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    7. Periportal infiltration followin

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    from a series of intentionally prod

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    13. Smithies, F., Karshner, C. E.,

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    Reprint&il from ihe PnocEKDiNgi of

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    Surgery of the Heart; Blood-Vessels

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    SURGERY OF THE HEART; BLOOD-VESSELS

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    SURGERY OF THE HEART; BLOOU-VESSELS

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    SURGERY OF THE HEART; BLOOD-VESSELS

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    Illustrations I,V,VI taken frou the

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    i>—--J. - — /J Illustuation >'o

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    10 CH. GOODMAN. Experiments were ma

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    12 CH. GOODMAN. With the objections

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    14 CH. GOODMAN. transfusion, has be

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    SURGERY OF THE HEAKT; BLOOD-VESSELS

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    SURGEKY OF THE HEART; BLOOD-VESSELS

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    eail

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    20 CH. GOODMAN. Femoral Axillary Br

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    22 CH. GOODMAN. Barling, G., A case

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    24 CH. GOODMAN. Croisiku et Mauclai

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    26 CH. GOODMAN. GuiBAL, P., Observ.

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    28 CH. GOOnMAN. MoTZ, Section de I'

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    30 CH. GOODMAN. RuoTTE. Technique o

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    32 CH. GOODMAN. Whiteford, C.-H., T

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    34 CH. GOODMAN. GiBAUD, G., Recherc

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    36 CH. GOODMAN. Meleney, H -E., Ste

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    38 CH. GOODMAN. LoisoN {Rev. de c/u

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    through the abdominal wall. I found

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    REPRINTED FROM ANNALS OF SURQERY 22

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    NEW YORK SURGICAL SOCIETY Obstetric

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    NEW YORK SURGICAL SOCIETY posterior

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    NEW YORK SURGICAL SOCIETY once a da

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    ) draw it. The instructive factors

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    ADMINISTRATION OF ETHER BY THE USE

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    ADVANTAGES OF THE OPEN METHOD This-

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    iK/\UiiL--M> i>.-M\un.ur^ CoNSTANTi

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    A MODIFICATION OF THE ODEN BANDAGE

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    A METHOD FOR SEALING THE DISTAL END

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