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" We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command of the chest, and enable us to apply a degree of lateral force. Our left hand is also applied to the abdomen of the patient,... "
The Western Journal of Medicine - Page 137
edited by - 1867
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Transactions of the First-fifty-ninth Annual Meeting ...

Ohio state medical society - 1853 - 338 pages
...posiiion across the breast. We now apply oar flayers upon the top of a shoulder 83 our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command...foetus. Lateral pressure is made upon the shoulders u> such a way as to give to the body of the foetus a curvilinear move? ment. At the same time, the...
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American eclectic obstetrics

John King - 1855 - 774 pages
...position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command...the abdomen of the patient, over the breech of the fetus. Lateral pressure is made upon the shoulders in such a way as to give to the body of the fetus...
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American Eclectic Obstetrics

John King - 1855 - 754 pages
...position, across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command...the abdomen of the patient, over the breech of the fetus. Lateral pressure is made upon the shoulders in such a way as to give to the body of the fetus...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 6

1874 - 728 pages
...applied to the top of the shoulder, and the thumb in the axilla, or such part as will give greatest command of the chest, and enable us to apply a degree of lateral force. The left hand is also to be applied to tlui abdomen of the patient, over the breech, of the foetus....
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Transactions of the Medical Society of the State ..., Volume 10; Volumes 25-26

Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania - 1874 - 870 pages
...apply the fingers on the top of the shoulder, and the thumb in the opposite axilla, so as to command the chest, and enable us to apply a degree of lateral force so as to give the body a curvilinear movement, the left hand being applied to the abdomen of the woman...
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A Century of American Medicine, 1776-1876

Henry Jacob Bigelow, Edward Hammond Clarke, Samuel David Gross, John Shaw Billings, Theodore Gaillard Thomas - 1876 - 392 pages
...position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of a shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command...is made upon the shoulders in such a way as to give to the body of the foetus a curvilinear movement. At the same time, the left hand, applied as above,...
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A Century of American medicine, 1776-1876

Edward Hammond Clarke - 1876 - 410 pages
...breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of a shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or ou such part as will give us command of the chest, and...is made upon the shoulders in such a way as to give to the body of the fetus a curvilinear movement. At the same time, the left hand, applied as above,...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 3; Volume 42

1879 - 582 pages
...carried out with this object, and then as an assistance to this purpose, "the left (external) hand, applied to the abdomen of the patient over the breech of the fetus, • makes pressure so as to dislodge the breech, as it were, and move it towards the centre...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 12

1879 - 960 pages
...carried out with this object, and then as an assistance to this purpose, "the left (external) hand, applied to the abdomen of the patient over the breech of the feius, makes pressure so as to dislodge the breech, as it were, and move it towards the centre of the...
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The Science and art of obstetrics

Theophilus Parvin - 1886 - 766 pages
...position across the breast. We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command...is made upon the shoulders in such a way as to give the body of the foetus a curvilinear movement. At the same time, the left hand, applied as above, makes...
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