Remarkable Case of Sacculated or of Cirsoid Aneurism of the Second Interosseous Branch of the Deep Palmar Arch Treated by Excision

1882 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
places as will, when fastened to the buckles on the jacket encasing the trunk, twist the head in the direction desired. The exact places for the buckles and straps can be determined only by experimentation in each case. Perineal straps to hold the jacket from rising are of use. As a portable appliance to be used as after-treatment to prevent relapse, the wire collar devised by Dr. Buckminster Brown leaves little to be desired.
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