ligation

[ lahy-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF ligation

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An operation for fistula in ano has been proposed and practised by Reeves, which is a compromise between cutting and ligation.

Under these circumstances it may be said that the classical rule of ligation at the point of injury should never be disregarded.

The aneurism was cured by ligation of the vein above and below the communication and proximal ligature of the popliteal artery.

The operation most in favour consists in ligation of the artery above and below the varix, the vein remaining untouched.

It is the ligation of sense, but the liberty of reason, and our waking conceptions do not match the Fancies of our sleeps.

It is the ligation of sense, but the liberty of reason; and our waking conceptions do not match the fancies of our sleeps.

Active hemorrhage of this nature may yield to tight bandaging, but ligation of the vessel should be done.

Ligation of the aorta has so far been unsuccessful, but in one case operated upon by Keen the patient survived forty-eight days.

Those most suitable for ligation are cases in which the aneurysm is circumscribed and globular (Sheen).

If ligation is found to be impracticable, the Moore-Corradi method or Macewen's needling may be tried.

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