Medico-Chirurgical Transactions Volume 16

Medico-Chirurgical Transactions Volume 16

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1830 edition. Excerpt: ...of the disease in the coats of the vessel is not mentioned; and with respect to the seat of the aneurism, as it does not appear that the vessel from the distal side of the sac was traced in this dissection, nor any of the sound branches of the internal iliac artery, and considering the direction in which the bougie was passed down the internal iliac into the aneurismal sac, I am inclined to suppose that the aneurism in this case was also of the ischiatic artery. The third case is noticed in Averill's Operative Surgery, p. 39, and in Cooper's Surgical Dictionary, Ed. 5, p. 155, in the following terms: " The internal iliac artery is also said to have been tied, with success, by an army surgeon in Russia, upon whom the Emperor Alexander has settled a pension, as a reward f_or_the skill displayed in the treatment of the case." The operation has also been performed by Mr. Thomas, of the island of Barbadoes. The preparation has been sent to this country, and deposited by Sir Astley Cooper in the Museum of Guy's Hospital. The fifth and most recent case is detailed in the American Journal of the Medical Sciences, No. II. February, 1828, Art. V. p. 804. The interest of the subject induces me to make a copious extract from this case. The article is entitled " Successfiil Case of Ligature of the Internal Iliac Artery, for the Cure of Glutaaal Aneurism. By S. Pomeroy White, Surgeon, Hudson, New York." " In the early part of October last, (1827, ) Jacob Van Volkenberg, aged 60, by trade a tailor, came to Hudson for the purpose of obtaining surgical advice. He presented to our view a tumour about the size of a child's head, located upon his left hip, directly over the sciatic notch. He stated that it...
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  • Paperback | 112 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236797391