Lectures on obstetric operations

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J. Churchill & Sons, 1870 - 526 pages
 

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Contents

Dr Westmacotts Whalebone Fillet
37
Action of the Forceps
38
Action of the Forceps
39
LECTURE III
40
Application of Sacralblade of Short Forceps
42
Application of Pubicblade of Short Forceps
43
Single and Doublecurved Forceps in situ
48
The Long Forceps First stage of introduction of First Blade
52
The Long Forceps Second stage of introduction of First Blade
54
Introduction of First Blade of Long Forceps
56
Introduction of Second Blade of Long Forceps
57
The Long Forceps locked c
58
The Last Stage of Extraction
59
LECTURE IV
65
Arrest of Head by Anterior Uterine Valve
69
Arrest of Head by Posterior Uterine Valve
70
Long Forceps applied to the aftercoming Head
75
FIG PAGE 25 Long Forceps applied to the Head in frontoanterior position
81
Changes from Vertex to Foreheadpresentation
84
Long Forceps in delayed Facepresentation
85
The Forceps in Disproportion of the PelvisDegrees of Disproportion
89
Normal Pelvis and Curve of Carus
91
Rachitic Pelvis showing Curve of False Promontory and use of forceps in
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Rachitic Pelvis showing Curve of False Promontory and use of forceps in
93
Pendulous Abdomen
98
Pendulous Abdomen use of forceps in
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The Authors Hydrostatic Dilator in situ
107
Incision of rigid Os Uteri
111
LECTURE VI
115
LECTURE VII
126
Model of Normal Pelvis
134
LECTURE VIII
135
Slight Obliguity of Fætal Head
138
Mechanism of Shoulderpresentation
139
Mechanism of Shoulderpresentation
142
Cause of Dystocia in Shoulderpresentation
143
Cause of Dystocia in Shoulderpresentation Wedge formed by Child
145
Right Shoulder Child after Rotation
146
Spontaneous Evolution Mechanism of in First
149
Right Shoulder Second Position after Rotation
151
Left Shoulder First Position after Rotation
152
Left Shoulder Second Position after Rotation
153
Diagram of Spontaneous Version
156
Diagram of Spontaneous Version
158
Applications of the Knowledge of the Mechanism
163
The Management of certain difficult Breechpresen
180

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