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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For paper delivered by Manly Stallworth for Smithy, ""Figure 2 - This figure and the next four figures show the steps of partial mitral Valvulotomy through a transventricular approach. The insert above shows the skin incision. The pleural cavity is entered through the fourth or fifth rib bed depending on the size of the heart. A segment of the costal cartilage above and below the resected rib is removed.""
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.
For paper delivered by Manly Stallworth for Smithy, ""figure 5 - Showing the valvulotome within the mitral valve. As the instrument is withdrawn, the cutting surfaces are opened and allowed to impinge on the anterior margin of the stenotic valve. Closure of the cutting surfaces causes excision of a portion of the valve which is held within the telescoping mechanism of the instrument.""
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.
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%.
Illustration for Article on Aortic Valvulotomy, ""Figure 2 - Trans-aortic method of Valvulotomy (A) and the various types of valvular lesions produced (A - G). Perforation (A & B) occurred in 30%of animals, laceration (C & D ) in 22%, partial avulsion (F) in 15%, and extensive division (F and G ) in 22%. "" note in corner ""Miss C fig. 1 made provof in envelope""
Paper with instrument reading tape taped in position, ""Fig 11"", each tape is labeled from ""a"" to ""d"", ""Lose Graph lives"", ""reduce with fig 11"", back is stamped with ""6365E"", ""Fig 10, Smithy et al"".
Patient notes on Roper Hospital note paper, ""Mr. Benton - Thrombophlevitis despite fem. Vein legation, relived by caudal block., Mr. Speaks - Acute thrombophlebitis after sympathectomy, Linton's editorial Phlebitis after ligation, Surgery March '46""