Deaths and Obituaries

1901 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
next that "complete correction should only be aimed at by gradual extension, commencing a fortnight after the tenotomy and prolonged over several weeks." The fact that the muscle sheath, fasciae of the neck and other tissues besides the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle are in¬ volved in wry-neck is not sufficiently recognized, neither under the pathology nor when considering the treatment. The chap¬ ter on scoliosis is very good; in fact the spinal troubles are better handled than are those of the
more » ... n are those of the extremities. While one may be disappointed with the pathology as laid down in the work, there are many valuable points to be learned under Treatment, and it is here especially that the author shows his great practical knowledge and ability.
doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470360046018 fatcat:loo64wkq2fbkjaa3l6qnzgby5i