A Treatise on Diseases of the Bones

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D. Appleton, 1872 - 416 Seiten
 

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Seite 392 - Kriiger and Hirschman, with elements of Siemens, subdividing, at the second and third operation, the cathode into three and four branches, connected with the needles by serres-fines. The latest improvements of the apparatus afforded the possibility of gradually increasing the quantity of the current, without interrupting the circuit, and of diminishing it in the same way, so that the circuit was broken only by the extraction of the last needle. Not a drop of blood escaped. The first operation...
Seite 282 - Cells of oval, lanceolate or angular shape, or elongated and attenuated like fiber cells, or caudate cells, having dimly dotted contents, with single nuclei and nucleoli. 2. Free nuclei, such as may have escaped from the cells, and among these, some that appear enlarged and elliptical, or variously angular, or are elongated toward the same shapes as the lanceolate and caudate cells, and seem as if they were assuming the character of cells.
Seite 21 - The lacunaa have increased still more in size and breadth ; even those of the Haversian systems are very broad ovals, or are rudely circular ; their interior, instead of remaining dark, has, as it were, opened out into a light space marked by...
Seite 392 - On the contrary, the patient who before was weak, anaemic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh ; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly, but constantly. A month after the first sitting, the tumor was found a great deal softer and smaller; at the end of the second month it had almost disappeared, and a fortnight later no trace of it remained. The general condition of the patient is now in all respects excellent, and new deposits can nowhere be detected. In his last letter he writes...
Seite 58 - ... bones, and those in the interior of the medullary tubes, become excessively distended, and, as their walls disappear, are merged into larger cavities ; several cavities become single spacious chambers, and the bones uncommonly soft and fragile. In the second case the bone is, in addition, deprived of more or less of its mineral constituents; and sometimes it is completely reduced to its cartilaginous element, and appears like a bone that has been steeped in acid. The bony corpuscles are empty,...
Seite 21 - ... focus and direction of the light ; some of them are very granular, others, more rare, are crowded with round cell-like bodies, forming a mulberry mass, which appears to stand out above the bone surface. The canaliculi remaining, large in number, have increased in size, chiefly at their commencement in the lacuna, so that they appear to open into that space by a broad mouth like an estuary. They are throughout more marked than the normal tube ; they branch also in many instances into three or...
Seite 325 - By these incisions through the lip, up the side of the nose, and along the lower eyelid, as far out as may be needful, say even to the zygoma, all the room required for the removal of a large tumour may be secured, and the most conspicuous part of the cheek may be left untouched. Another great advantage which I claim for these incisions is that the chief vessels of the surface are all divided at their narrowest points, and thus haemorrhage is less severe than when the facial artery is divided in...
Seite 100 - ... appears to mingle, or to be continuous with some granular contents of the cavity. It is quite evident that, in these places, the bone-tissue is softened ; one can trace the gradual completion of the process, from some point which is only slightly spotted, to the part next the cavity, which is a mere pultaceous granular mass, in which many of the dots have the appearance of nuclei. " Another change in the cell forms part of this softening process, viz. : that as the dotted or granular condition...

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