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" ... overcome by posture, without the aid of extension, and that, for this purpose, for example, in the case of a broken femur, it was only necessary to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the body; laying the limb afterwards quietly on its... "
Medical Record - Página 184
editado por - 1874
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Anatomy for the use of artists

Richard Lewis Bean - 1841 - 47 páginas
...beneath it. It is inserted into the inner and upper part of the tibia below its tubercle. Its use is to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the pelvis ; also to cross the thighs. Hence its name sartorius, or tailor's muscle. Rectus femoris arises from...
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Deformities After Fractures: Parts 1-2

Frank Hastings Hamilton - 1855 - 164 páginas
...extension, and that for this purpose, for example, in the case of a broken femur, it was only necessary to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the body ; laying the limb afterwards quietly on its outside upon the bed. Very few surgeons, even of his...
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The Medical World: A Journal of Universal Medical Intelligence, Volúmenes1-2

1857
...Chatham in April ; he could swing the leg backwards and forwards, and was able, in a limited degree, to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the pelvis. His general health was better than before the njury. — Ibid. This excision is, we believe, the only...
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Transactions, Volumen10

American Medical Association - 1857
...extension, and that, for this purpose, for example, in the case of a broken femur, it was only necessary to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the body; laying the limb afterwards quietly on its outside upon the bed. Very few surgeons, even of his...
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Transactions, Volumen10

American Medical Association - 1857
...extension, and that for this purpose, for example, in the case of a broken femur, it was only necessary to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the body; laying the limb afterwards quietly on its outside upon the bed. Very few surgeons, even of his...
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The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer, Volumen4

1861
...the patient was in a condition to admit of manipulation with the limb. I took hold of it and flexed the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the pelvis, and rotated the limb till I was convinced there was no dislocation, or solution of continuity of the thigh...
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Cleveland Medical Gazette, Volumen3

Gustav C. E. Weber, Edward Bruce Stevens, John A. Murphy - 1861
...the patient was in a condition to admit of manipulation with the limb. I took hold of it and flexed the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the pelvis, and rotated the limb till I was convinced there was no dislocation, or solution of continuity of the thigh...
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A Practical Treatise on Fractures and Dislocations

Frank Hastings Hamilton - 1863 - 751 páginas
...extension, and that for this purpose, for example, in the case of a broken femur, it was only necessary to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the body, laying the limb afterwards quietly on its outside upon the bed. 124. Donble inclined plane employed...
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A Report on Excisions of the Head of the Femur for Gunshot Injury

United States. Surgeon-General's Office, George Alexander Otis - 1869 - 141 páginas
...purulent matter. He was gradually regaining power over the limh, and was able, to a limited extent, to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the pelvis. Shortening to about four inches, and very slight inversion, were the chief deformity consequent upon...
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Transactions of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin for ..., Volúmenes13-15

State Medical Society of Wisconsin - 1879
...ride a distance of nearly Iwo miles to his home after the accident. He was able to raise the limb, and to flex the leg upon the thigh, and the thigh upon the abdomen ; he eould invert and evert the toes; there was no crepitus like that of fracture, and he had...
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