The teaching of Celsus in reference to dislocations and fractures is remarkably advanced.
He attempted to cure dislocations by uttering a nonsensical incantation: "Huat hanat ista pista sista damiato damnaustra!
Accidents were no doubt common in the gymnasia, and practice in the treatment of fractures and dislocations extensive and of a high order of excellence.
He venerated the number 3, as did the Pythagoreans; did not disdain to transmit to posterity certain medical words which it was believed should be repeated to assist in the reduction of dislocations and fractures.
His work formed a complete manual of medicine and surgery, except that it lacked anatomical descriptions and references to dislocations and fractures.
Intrusions give rise to fissures, dikes, and intrusive sheets, and these dislocations cannot fail to produce earthquakes.
Dislocations take place on so grand a scale that by the upheaval of blocks of the earth's crust or the down- faulting of the blocks about one which is relatively stationary, mountains known as block mountains are produced.
These dislocations may occur in four directions, inward, outward, forward, and backward.
The reduction of toedislocations presents no difficulties.
Dislocations of the individual metatarsal bones are much rarer.
The treatment of these lateraldislocations differs but little from that of fractures of the lower end of the tibia and fibula.
Agricultural development remained hampered by labor shortages, salinization, and dislocations caused by previous land reform and collectivization programs.
The new government is continuing the previous government's economic program, while trying to speed privatization and to better cushion the populace from the dislocations associated with reform.
Punctured wounds, sprains, and dislocations commonly furnish the most serious cases of inflammation that depend on mere external injury.
Dislocations frequently exist without the fact being suspected, the swelling and inflammation being referred to other causes.
Agricultural development remains hampered by labor shortages, salinization, and dislocations caused by previous land reform and collectivization programs.
Dislocations take place on so grand a scale that by the upheaval of blocks of the earth's crust or the downfaulting of the blocks about one which is relatively stationary, mountains known as block mountains are produced.
Every change in the lake situation was at once reflected in the rail rates, violent dislocations at the opening and closing of navigation in the spring and fall being of especial importance.
This inelasticity of basing point schemes, together with their inability to expand without abrupt dislocations of trade, is apparent everywhere in the South.
The dissolution of Yugoslavia, however, has led to severe short-term dislocations in production, employment, and trade ties.
The deep branch may be divided as it passes through the supinator in operations on old fractures and dislocations in the region of the elbow.
These include congenital dislocations and other deformities of intra-uterine origin, such as abnormal laxity of joints, absence, displacement, or defective growth of one or other of the essential constituents of a joint.
China not only faces the handicaps of social dislocations but also the ruin of her factories and her industrial centers.
These are, affections of the synovial sacs, those of the joint structures, or of the bones and their articular surfaces, and those forms of solution of continuity known as dislocations or luxations.
Dislocations and luxations are interchangeable terms, meaning the separation and displacement of the articulating surfaces of the bones entering into the formation of a joint.
While the barber treats cases of boils, wounds, and tumours, the potter confines himself to cases of fracture and dislocations of bones.
Dislocations of the ankle, after reduction of proper manipulation, should be bound with suitable splints.
Dislocations of the lower jaw are recognized by the failure of the teeth to fit their fellows of the upper jaw, and by the detection of the condyles of the jaw beneath the ears.
By extraordinary muscular power and extreme laxity of his ligaments, he simulated all the dislocations about the hip joint.
With regard, for instance, to congenital dislocations at the shoulder-joint, little or nothing was known save what was contained in the writings of Hippocrates, till R.
Congenital dislocations of the shoulder are also seen, owing to faulty development of the glenoid fossa; and at the knee, the leg generally being in extreme hyperextension, the foot sometimes resting on the abdomen.
Relative to anomalous dislocations the field is too large to be discussed here, but there are two recent ones worthy of mention.
This Balsam serves to incarnate and consolidate all sorts of Wounds and Ulcers: It is likewise us'd in Fractures and Dislocations of the Bones; as also to cure the Contusions and Wounds of the Nerves.
The Parts are also anointed with 'em in Fractures and Dislocations of the Bones, and Oxyrodins are made of 'em with an equal quantity of Vinegar of Roses.
The reducing of Dislocations is perform'd with greater facility in Infants than in Persons advanc'd in Years; but it becomes most difficult when it is deferr'd for many Days, by reason of the overflowing of the Lympha and nutritious Juice.
What Dislocationsof Parts are most difficult to be reduc'd?
Faults may occur in rocks of all ages; small local dislocations are observable even in glacial deposits, alluvium and loess.
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