For paper delivered by Manly Stallworth for Smithy, ""figure 3 - Showing the pericardium divided anteriorly and parallel to the phrenic nerve. Following infiltration of 1% procaine into a relatively avascular area of the left ventricular myocardium, a purse-string of 00 chromic catgut is placed, and an incision through the ventricular wall within the confines of the purse string suture is made. Hemorrhage is controlled with digital pressure until the valvulotome is inserted into the wound.
Photo of instrument readings, each reading is lettered with ""a"" at the top down to ""d"" at the bottom, the next four are labeled the same way, notes are made but crossed out, notes are as follows, top ""d - Lines lost"", bottom ""d - bad""
Ruff diagram could be showing surgical concept, ""Heart Surgery, Bul. N. E. Med. Center 6:49, April '44, Intracardiac Surgery, J. Thor. Surg. 12:566, Aug. '43, Ibid, J. Thor. Surg. II:656, Aug. '42, Heart Surgery, Prec Interst. Post grad. M. A. , North Amer. (1941) pp. 350+ '42
Illustration for Aortic Valvulotomy article, ""Figure I - Trans-aortic method of Valvulotomy (A) and the various types of valvular lesions produced (B-H). Perforation ( B & C ) occurred in 30% of animals, laceration (D & E ) in 22%, partial avulsion (F) in 15%, and extensive division ( G & H ) in 22%.