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Title: Pelvitomy through the pubic bone by Gigli's method as an operation in obstetrics
Author: Simpson, Frederic David
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 1903
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The subject will be considered under the following divisions:- I. History of the operation; II. Technique of the operation; III. Cases reported; IV. Opinions expressed on the operation by those; who have performed it; I. The anatomy of the field of operation; II. Structures involved in the incision and bone section; III. Complications arising during the operation; IV. Comparison with symphysiotomy as to:- 1. Lesions of soft parts. 2. Future condition of the Pelvis. (a) Trouble at the point where the pelvis was opened; (b) Prolapse; (c) Urinary trouble; (d) Difficulties presented in repeating the operation; 3. Movements of the Pelvic Bones. V. The Indications for the operation; VI. Suggestions as to the side on which to open the pelvis;. VII. Bibliography.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (M.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.735036  DOI: Not available
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