But cases of concussion holding the mean between these two extremes are to us
, as practical surgeons , of the greatest interest . At first perfectly insensible , the
patient lies motionless and all but pulseless ; with a countenance marked by ...
There are circumstances in which eminent practical surgeons have deemed it
less perilous to remove a limb than to search for a wounded artery in it . The
propriety of this measure is sometimes founded on the exhaustion of the patient
PRACTICAL SURGERY . 1 BY PROF . E. von BERGMANN , M.D. , PROF . P. von
BRUNS , M.D. , OF TÜBINGEN , OF BERLIN , AND PROF . J. von MIKULICZ ,
M.D. , OF BRESLAU . VOLUME IV . TRANSLATED AND EDITED BY WILLIAM T.