INCISED WOUND OF THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PLANTAR ARTERIES

Robert Turner
1896 The Lancet  
1514 marrow is very valuable in the treatment of some cases of osteo-arthritis, and that one patient treated exclusively with it has recovered the movements in all her joints. She cannot, however, fully extend her knees owing to shortening of the hamstrings, long contracted when the knees were rigidly flexed. The knee is perfectly moveable, and I believe would be as useful as ever if the restraining muscles were stretched or their tendons cut, but unfortunately she will not allow either measure
more » ... to be taken. Liverpool. A WOUND of the internal and external plantar arteries is, I think, of sufficiently rare occurrence to be worth recording in the pages of THE LANCET.
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)43058-3 fatcat:fu6tc4nrkvdifg7lm5hdtso5ti