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Animal castration - a book for the use of students and practitioners (1920) (20770136421)

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Animal castration - a book for the use of students and practitioners (1920) (20770136421)

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Title: Animal castration : a book for the use of students and practitioners
Identifier: cu31924021949650 (find matches)
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: White, George Ransom, 1874-
Subjects: Castration
Publisher: Chicago : American Veterinary Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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CxVSTRATlON OV TUIO BOAR 103 Disinfection, of Operative Field—Hame as for castration of the hull. (See page 96.) Sterilization of Ivstrimients and ('leaniiing Hands of Operator—Hcime as for castration of tlie l)nll. (.See page 20.) Operative Technic—With sterile instruments, clean hands, and the annual properly secured, this operation is simple and an extremely easy
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Fig. 83—Severing spermatic cord and its covering witli emasculator. K, Testicle; L, spermatic cord and its covering; M, emasculator; N, opposite testicle. one to perform. The scrotum is firmly grasped with the left hand and two bold incisions made. (II, I, Fig. 82.) These incisions should Isegin well forward on the scrotum and extend sufficientlj' far back to allow the testicle to be removed from the scrotum without effort. The larger the incision the better. These incisions should be parallel to each other and to the median line. They should be from one-half to one inch—depending on the size of the hog—to each side of the median line. If for any reason the first incision was not sufficiently/ deep to penetrate the tunica vaginalis (sac covering testicle) and com- pletely releasing the testicle from the scrotum, then with another stroke of

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