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The Horace Gilbert Smithy, Jr., M.D. Papers

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For a Smithy Article 5
For a Smithy Article 5 "Fig 1 (X200) - Bands of spindle cells arranged about a typical glandular elements.""
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For a Smithy Article 4 "Fig. 4 (X750) - Large atypical mitotic figure of the sarcomatous element.""
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For a Smithy Article 2 "Fig 2 (X300) - Glandular elements showing marked hyperplasia of the epithelium with papillary invaginations.""
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For a Smithy Article 19 Photo of a sketch, labels include ""ganglion, tissue spaces, arteriole, capillary, lymphatic, venule, thrombus""
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For a Smithy Article 18 Photo of a sketch, labels include ""ganglion, tissue spaces, arteriole, capillary, lymphatic, venule""
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For a Smithy Article 17 Photo of a sketch of a leg, showing some blood vessels
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For a Smithy Article 16 Photo of a sketch of a leg, labels include ""anomalous branch, femoral vein, saphenous vein""
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For a Smithy Article 15 Photo of a sketch of a leg, labels include ""pubic tubercle, inguinal ligament, anterior superior iliac spine""
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For a Smithy Article 14 Photo of a sketch of a leg, labels include ""pubic tubercle, inguinal ligament, anterior superior iliac spine""
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For a Smithy Article 12
For a Smithy Article 12 Photo of a sketch by J. Allen Chamberlin, M. D., parts labeled, ""Aorta, foregut, omphalomesenteric duct, paired omphalomesenteric arteries, hind gut""
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For a Smithy Article 11 Photo of a man's chest and abdominal area
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For a Smithy Article 10 Photo of a female from chest up
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For a Smithy Article
For a Smithy Article Photo of a sketch, identified parts, ""aortic retraction suture, stay sutures in perioaortic fat, valvulotome, stay sutures"", bottom right corner ""Knute Berger '46""
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Experimental Aortic Valvulotomy
Experimental Aortic Valvulotomy WARNING: Contains graphic footage of surgery. 9:52 minutes. The video is a demonstration of the instrument designed by Dr. Smithy, the valvulotome, and the technique for its use to repair damage to the aorta caused by rheumatic fever.
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Drawing of Feet
Drawing of Feet Drawing of feet, one normal, one swollen and showing blood vessels
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Bibliography for Aortic Valvulotomy Article 2
Bibliography for Aortic Valvulotomy Article 2 Bibliography for article on Aortic Valvulotomy, Allen and Graham, J.A.M.A. 79:1028.1922, Allen and Graham, Arch. Surg. 8:317, 1924, Cutler etal., Arch. Of Surg. 9:689, 1924, Wiggers and DuBois: Prod. Of Tirup Valvular lesions, Proc. Soc. Exp. BOM. 10:87, 1913, Brunton: Lancet, 1:352, 1902
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Bibliography for Aortic Valvulotomy Article
Bibliography for Aortic Valvulotomy Article Bibliography for article on Aortic Valvulotomy, ""Bull. N. E. Med. Center. 6:49, April '41, Gibbon, ? Jr.,: SG&O 69:603, 1939 (extracorporeal circulation), Harken, D. E. and Glidden, E. M.: Epcriments in Intracardiac Surgery. II, Intracardiac Visualization. J. Thor. Surg. 12:566, 1943, See Cumulative Index for Keith, Rockwood, after 1943
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Betty Had Faith, Surgeon Skill and "Hopeless" Heart is Healed 2
Betty Had Faith, Surgeon Skill and "Hopeless" Heart is Healed 2 News article about an Ohio girl who had a successful operation with Dr. Smithy's technique continued
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Betty Had Faith, Surgeon Skill and "Hopeless" Heart is Healed
Betty Had Faith, Surgeon Skill and "Hopeless" Heart is Healed News article about an Ohio girl who had a successful operation with Dr. Smithy's technique
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After Withdrawal of Valvulotome
After Withdrawal of Valvulotome For paper delivered by Manly Stallworth for Smithy, ""Figure 6 - After withdrawal of the valvulotome the purse-string suture is tied. This closure is reinforced with interrupted sutures of silk. The segment of valve removed within the instrument (see insert) is kept for pathological study.
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