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Operative surgery illustrated - containing more than nineteen hundred engravings - including two hundred original, and fifty colored drawings- with explanatory text (1852) (14785594003)

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Operative surgery illustrated - containing more than nineteen hundred engravings - including two hundred original, and fifty colored drawings- with explanatory text (1852) (14785594003)

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Title: Operative surgery illustrated : containing more than nineteen hundred engravings : including two hundred original, and fifty colored drawings: with explanatory text
Year: 1852 (1850s)
Authors: Piper, Richard Upton, 1816-1897 Bigelow, Henry Jacob, 1818-1890. Anaesthetic agents, their mode of exhibition, and physiological effects
Subjects: Surgery, Operative Ether General Surgery
Publisher: Boston : Ticknor, Reed, and Fields
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

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plate clxv.) OPERATIVE SURGERY ILLUSTRATED. 285 PLATE CLXV. Fig. 1. Central cataract. From Demours. Fig. 2. Capsulo-lenticular cataract. From Demours. Fig. 3. Complete lenticular cataract. From Demours. Fig. 4. Capsulo-lenticular cataract in a man sixty-two yearsof age. Fig. 5. Capsulo-lenticular cataract in a man aged eighty-threeyears. Fig. 6. Black cataract. Fig. 7. Hypopion, (oculus purulentus.) Fig. 8. Opacity of the crystalline lens, which has spontaneouslyburst its adhesion, and fallen nearly behind the iris. From De-mours. Fig. 9. Capsulo-lenticular cataract in an infant. Fig. 10. Oval pupil, caused by iritis following a blow. Fig. 11. Hypopion, following iritis. Two little abscesses areseen, formed in the thickened iris. The pupil is deformed, andnearly obliterated. Fig. 12. Puncture of the anterior chamber of the eye. Fig. 13. Artificial pupil. From Blasius. Figs. 14, 15. Artificial pupils. From Demours. 286 OPERATIVE SURGERY ILLUSTRATED. (plate clxvi. PLATE CLXVI. Fig. 1. T

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