A SUPERIOR WISDOM TOOTH DISCHARGED FROM THE NASAL PASSAGES; WITH REMARKS

JOHN S. MARSHALL
1886 Journal of the American Medical Association  
fractured ends together with considerable force, a closely fitting flannel drawer-leg was drawn over the limb; and while extention was being made, a very heavy plaster bandage was applied, as snugly as was thought compatible with safety, extending from the foot up to and embracing the hip. After the plaster was thoroughly dried, she was placed in a wagon and taken to her home, twenty miles in the country. I directed her to move about on crutches and to bear all the weight she could upon the
more » ... could upon the fractured limb. Although her father had promised to keep me in-
doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250110012005 fatcat:6vogifjyajaxxkhmnyautkc6xq