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  1. ... examined all the suspensory power from above the abdominal mass, and all the supporting power directly below it, ... suddenly around him, diminishing his abdomen ! Thus the abdominal mass is sud- denly pressed forward against Jhe lungs, ...
  2. ... the trunk, what do we find ? The whole abdominal mass has descended, aud ceased to render.its j ... the lungs and heart as well as the abdominal mass, so that they are thrown towards a focus. ...
  3. ... by tubercular inflammation or some less common intra-abdominal mass. As to the rectal mass, it is best ... latter part fully, an assistant should move the abdominal mass in various directions. If the uterus be of ...
  4. ... but a very slight tendency to elevate the abdominal mass. THE RECTUS ABDOMINALIS MUSCLE. This beautiful muscle arises ... the lower abdomen and back, and giving the abdominal mass an elevation toward the stomach, she was greatly ...
  5. ... Van Gelder, Potts [et al.) Large, left-sided abdominal mass. Case Rep Child. Mem. Hosp. Chicago, 1942, 1: ... J. Surg., 1927, n. ser., 3: 53.���Strick. Abdominal mass; bilateral hydronephrosis. Case Rep. Child. Mem. Hosp. KIDNEY ...
  6. ... in place, resting on the surface of the abdomen, until the strangulated mass shall slough off and set it free. The ... when of sufficient extent, can be appreciated by abdominal palpation as a mass rising up laterally from the pelvis, distinctly confined ...
  7. ... pelvic colon, the latter is divided and the abdominal mass freed. EXAMINATION OF THE VISCERA REMOVED The posterior ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - The science and art of obstetrics 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Lea Bros. & Co., 1886
    ... head, his left side being toward the pendent abdominal mass, but about opposite the hips. The right hand ... placing a hand upon each side of the abdomen, to include between them the entire mass, and partially lift it up, thus determining its ...
  9. ... the abdomen should be made, and the flabby abdominal mass be grasped in the hand, several times successively, ... and costal pleune become inseparably adherent; also the abdominal viscera, as the ... inseparable mass. Other in- stances of similar results might be ...
  10. ... that its edges soon become continuous with the abdominal mass, or are concealed by the roots of the ... merely proceeds to be lost beneath the visceral mass of the abdomen. However, the parietes of the abdomen, gradually increasing ...
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