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[Extension and luxation]

Armamentarium chirurgicum bipartitum, pl. 46, oppo. p. 110.

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Top illustration demonstrates the use of a luxation table to replace a dislocated limb. Bottom illustration shows two physicians trying to reposition a dislocated arm on a patient who has fainted.

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<p>Top illustration demonstrates the use of a luxation table to replace a dislocated limb.  Bottom illustration shows two physicians trying to reposition a dislocated arm on a patient who has fainted.</p>
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[Extension and luxation]

Armamentarium chirurgicum bipartitum, pl. 46, oppo. p. 110.

<p>Top illustration demonstrates the use of a luxation table to replace a dislocated limb.  Bottom illustration shows two physicians trying to reposition a dislocated arm on a patient who has fainted.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving.

ABSTRACT

Top illustration demonstrates the use of a luxation table to replace a dislocated limb. Bottom illustration shows two physicians trying to reposition a dislocated arm on a patient who has fainted.

No MeSH data available.