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" Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations, from attending to the patient's mind; the muscles opposing the efforts of the surgeon, by acting in obedience to the will, may have that action suspended, by directing the mind to other muscles. "
Elements of Surgery: For the Use of Students ... - Side 214
av John Syng Dorsey - 1818 - 27 sider
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The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volum 49

1823
...important, and concludes this branch of the subject : " Great advantage is derived in the reT duction of dislocations from attending to the patient's mind...suspended, by directing the mind to other muscles." (p. 34.) Sir Astley concludes these general remarks by giving it as his opinion, that attempts at the...
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The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, Volum 8

Samuel Emlen - 1818
...state of relaxation, and they form a powerful opposition when the arm is carried far from the side. " Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations,...to other muscles. Several years ago, a surgeon, in Blackfriars Road, asked me to see a patient of his with a dislocated shoulder, which had resisted the...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volum 14

1818
...we have a curious instance of the power of unconscious, we had almost said involuntary, volition. " Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations,...acting in obedience to the will, may have that action (uspendcd by directing the mind to other muscles. Several years ago a surgeon in Blackfriars Road asked...
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The principles and practice of surgery, ed. by A. Lee

sir Astley Paston Cooper (1st bart.) - 1837
...wrist in a line with the side of the body. In the reduction of dislocations, great advantage is derived from attending to the patient's mind ; the muscles...the surgeon, by acting in obedience to the will, may be made to desist from that action by directing the mind to other muscles. Several years since, a surgeon...
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The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral ..., Volum 7

Walter Channing - 1818
...stale of relaxation, and they form a powerful opposition when the arm is carried far from the side. " Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations,...to other muscles. Several years ago, a surgeon, in Blackfriars Road, asked me to see a patient of bis with a dislocated shoulder, which had resisted the...
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The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral ..., Volum 12

Walter Channing - 1823
...effect that object. The following rule is also important, and concludes this branch of the subject: 'Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations...suspended, by directing the mind to other muscles.' p. 34. Sir Astley concludes these general remarks by giving it as his opinion, that attempts at the...
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The London Medical and Physical Journal, Volum 49

...effect that object. The following rule is also important, and concludes this branch of the subject : " Great advantage is derived in the reduction of dislocations...suspended, by directing the mind to other muscles." (p. 34.) Sir Astley concludes these general remarks by giving it as hi* opinion, that attempts at the...
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