Progress in Surgery

JAMES G. MUMFORD
1908 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
consciousness, but was very nervous and restless and dried at every movement. Examination showed the right thigh quite fixed in the position of flexion, adduction and inward rotation. The diagnosis dislocation of the hipseemed clear. There were not apparent any other lesions of bones or internal organs, lie was;earefully observed for several hours, during which time we delayed in order that the traumatic shock might disappear. Then the patient was given ether and an attempt was made to replace
more » ... as made to replace the hip. Several methods were used, but I only succeeded in partially overcoming the flexion and adduction. lem of aeronautics. Noav, within four years, surgery is showing results in chest Avork, and good results. Last June, in Chicago, the Surgical Section of the American Medical Association held an important symposium on the subject of Artificial
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