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" It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically upon an artery, whether tightly or gently, we virtually surround it with a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. "
"A Time to Heal": The Diffusion of Listerism in Victorian Britain - Pagina 40
door Jerry L. Gaw - 1999 - 173 pagina’s
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volume 59

1869
...power of resistance, which was certainly severely tested in the present instance. It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically...tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore, may now tie an arterial trunk in its continuity close to a large branch secure...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and Chemical ...

1869
...applying a ligature of animal tissne autiseptically upon an artery, whether tightly or gently, \ve virtually surround it with a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore, mny now tie an arterial trunk m its continuity close to a large branch, secure...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volumes 58-59

1869
...power of resistance, which was certainly severely tested in the present instance. It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically upon an artery, whether tightly urgently, we virtually surround it with a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we...
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The Antiseptic System: A Treatise on Carbolic Acid and Its Compounds; with ...

Arthur Ernest Sansom - 1871 - 356 pagina’s
...single fleshy band, inseparably blended with the external coat of the artery." " It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically...tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it." * The best material to employ, according to Professor Lister's matured * " Observations on Ligature...
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A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery, and Their Allied Sciences: For ...

Henry Power, Dr. A. B. Sheperd, Dr. Waren Tay, Dr. Robert Brudnell Carter, Dr. Robert Barnes, Thomas Stevenson - 1871 - 549 pagina’s
...certainly severely tested in the present instance. Mr. Lister concludes by remarking that it would appear that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically...whether tightly or gently, we virtually surround it by a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore,...
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A Biennial retrospect of medicine, surgery and their allied sciences 1869/70

1871
...animal tissue antiseptically upon an artery, whether tightly or gently, we virtually surround it by a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore, may now tie an arterial trunk in its continuity close to a large branch secure...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 50

1872
...larger trunks, where the silk ligature has failed. lie thus sums up its value:—" It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically upon an artery, whether lightly or gently, we virtually surround it with a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 50

1872
...larger trunks, where the silk ligature has failed. He thus sums up its value : — " It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically upon an artery, whether lightly or gently, we virtually surround it with a ring of living tissue, and strengthen the vessel...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 55

1873
...indeed general surgical experience, proves the extravagance of the following statement of Lister: — " That by applying a ligature of animal tissue antiseptically...tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore, may now tie an arterial trunk in its continuity close to a large branch, secure...
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volume 66

1873
...following opinion: — "It appears, then, that by applying a ligature of animal tissue autiseptically upon an artery, whether tightly or gently, we virtually...tissue, and strengthen the vessel where we obstruct it. The surgeon, therefore, may now tie an arterial trunk in its continuity close to a large branch, secure...
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