W.H. Borham, Thomas Litchfield
1856 The Lancet  
438 as much more difficult and operose than when the joint is still suffering from disease, on account of the strong and tough substance which requires to be divided. In a private case which lately occurred, instead of pursuing my usual course of removing by successive portions the different bones, I adopted the following method, and found it wonderfully facilitate the process. Having made the ordinary incisions, I exposed the convex osseous surface, held the ulnar nerve to the side by a hook,
more » ... he side by a hook, and sawed through the bones about the middle of the olecranon.
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