G. O. M.
1887 Journal of the American Medical Association  
the last crushing and evacuation the interior of the bladder was carefully explored, and no fragments could be detected. Towards the last a small lithotrite was used for seizing and crushing of small frag ments. The whole operation lasted nearly an hour. The fifth case was a genu valgum. I had seen so many cases of osteotomy for this deformity that I was very anxious to witness a bloodless procedure for the correction of the false position. Professor Gussenbauer has for a long time abandoned
more » ... g time abandoned the cut¬ ting operation, and substituted for it the simple re¬ dressement. He showed me several dozen of photo¬
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