The Treatment of Hallux Valgus

JOEL E. GOLDTHWAIT
1893 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
the abdomen, which is heard with a whirring, rasping sound, pretty much like the saw, or a planing machine. This gives rise to pain and oedema of the leg ; retraction in order to favor it ; and to incapacity ; but not necessarily, or rapidly, to destruction of life. If these cases can be reached early, they may be cured, frequently, by compression ; and that is the most judicious form of treatment to apply. If they are small and very accessible, thoy may bo laid open, and the artery aud veiu
more » ... artery aud veiu thoroughly tied.
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