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Necksmith™ by Healwell provides neck traction and pain relief for the neck and shoulder area. The inflatable cushion can be a travel pillow for the ultimate comfort and convenience. Get the best pain relief possible for headaches and migraines using the Necksmith™.

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Traveling for long hours shouldn’t come at the cost of your comfort. The Necksmith™ Travel Fleece Pillow will ensure that you don’t miss any rest on your next trip by providing neck and head support for a comfortable sleep even when you can’t lie down.

 

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Shop turmeric curcumin supplement for relief as a dietary supplement. This smarter nutrition option will assist with many aspects. Turmeric Curcumin is an old Indian spice with powerful medicinal compounds.

 

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Identifier: surgicaltreatmen02warb

Title: Surgical treatment; a practical treatise on the therapy of surgical diseases for the use of practitioners and students of surgery

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: Warbasse, James Peter, 1866-1957

Subjects: Surgery

Publisher: Philadelphia, London, W. B. Saunders company

Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries

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ision should be made with its convexity just above the pubes.By drawing down the tissues above, it may be estimated where the upperincision is to be made. The excision should be carried down to the fasciacovering the muscles (Fig. 1204). The opening in the skin should be some-what larger than the floor of the wound to give good approximation. Bleed-ing should be checked by fine ligatures. The wound should be closed byrunning sutures of catgut in one or more tiers. The skin may be closed witha stronger suture. A drain should be left in the two corners of the wound. The same operation may be done laterally on each side, the ellipse run-ning vertically or again transversely. Such an excision may be carried alsodown upon the thighs. In making a median abdominal section in theobese, a vertical ellipse of fat may be removed in the middle line as a part ofthe operation. Although these wounds seem poorly supplied with blood, they healwell, and without postoperative discomfort. THE ABDOMEN 539

 

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Fig. 1204.—Excision of Abdominal Fat in Adipose and Pendulous Abdomen. A wedge of fat, as indicated by the lines of incision, is removed down to the deep fasciacovering the abdominal muscles. The transverse wound is closed by a deep and a super-ficial layer of sutures.

  

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Identifier: transactionsofso2319sout

Title: Transactions of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association (U.S.)

Subjects: Surgery Gynecology Surgery Genital Diseases, Female

Publisher: [S.l.] : The Association

Contributing Library: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library

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Fig. 7.—After concluding whatever vesical operation it has been neces-sary to do and sewing up the bladder, the recti are approximated bycatgut sutures. The first suture is here introduced.

 

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Fig. 8.—The fasciaB underlying the recti and the oblique musclesshown divided and retracted in Fig. 3 are here shown united by suture.A drain has been dropped into Retzius space to take care of any possiblecontamination. HOWARD A. KELLY 65 operation. It is always unfortunate to be obliged to resortto this expedient, as, if for any reason the wound fails to healwell, the sutured muscles and fasciae pull apart, a diastasisis formed, and a bad hernia results. I hit some time ago upon a plan which I believe is a valuableone, and which is new as far as I can ascertain; a plan whichobviates the difficulties mentioned and renders the interiorof the bladder accessible with the utmost ease. The methodwill be best illustrated by a running description of the follow-ing eight diagrams: Fig. 1. The patient is put in the Trendelenburg position,after first emptying and cleaning out the bladder, and intro-ducing a mushroom catheter large enough to fill the urethra.A semilunar incision is made throu

  

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