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In more severe cases, in which the extensors of the foot as well as the flexors of the leg and thigh are also engaged, the heel can no longer be raised. Another equally simple inhaler is Simpson's, consisting of an opened handkerchief, laid lightly over the face of the subject in a single layer. Their surface is rough, irregular, laminated, and fissured, the ends pointed, blunt, or clubbed. The patient, having been ansesthetized, is placed upon the table in a places the limb not to be operated upon out of the way made with the sharp-pointed knife, the operator intro duces the probe-pointed tenotome flatwise, as close to the tendon as possible, and beneath it, and, its cutting edge being then turned toward the tendon, a sawing motion is imparted to the tenotome, and the tendon carefully divided. This symptom is most easily elicited in the gastrocnemii, in the thenar muscles, and in those of the forearm, and is of much practical use in diagnosis.
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