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Anatomy and Surgery of Hernia
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ALLERGIC-LIKE REACTIONS FROM SODIUM MORRHUATE: IN OBLITERATION OF VARICOSE VEINS
The search for a perfect sclerosing agent for the obliteration of varicose veins has been marked by the adoption and subsequent neglect of one solution after another. The requirements for an idealExpand
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Traumatic mediastinal hemorrhage
Abstract A case is presented of severe lateral compression of the chest, with fractures of both first and second ribs, left clavicle and right scapula. Conjunctival hemorrhages resulted from theExpand
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ENZYMATIC DEBRIDEMENT OF NECROTIC SURFACES
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Recent Advances in Surgery of Inguinal Hernia
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EFFECT OF LIGATION OF THE PAROTID DUCTS ON THE CARBOHYDRATE TOLERANCE OF NORMAL DOGS
During the period, about forty years ago, when Minkowski 1 was establishing a probable relationship between the pancreas and diabetes, two Italian workers, de Renzi and Reale, 2 reported diabetes inExpand
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PATHOGENESIS OF THE CUTANEOUS COMPLICATIONS OF VARICOSE VEINS
The pathogenesis of the cutaneous complications of varicose veins is usually explained on the basis of chronic passive congestion of the skin and of the subcutaneous tissues, which results fromExpand
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