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The instrument herewith shown is a forceps for holding bone and plate, devised to simplify the repair of fractured long bones with the plate and screws. With this forceps in place, the holes can be drilled and the screws put in quickly without much traumatism to the tissues.
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Typhoid in Infancy.
—In most cases the onset of typhoid is gradual and so insidious that several days may elapse before the true nature of the disease is suspected. In this respect, it conforms to the adult type.—A. F. Hamilton, in Indian Medical Gazette.
JAMES RJ. FORCEPS FOR HOLDING BONE AND PLATE. JAMA. 1910;LIV(6):459. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.92550320009002j
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