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He maintained especially Louise Reinecke were vitally impor- a busy and successful practice in Chicago and tant to him generic cialis jelly 20 mg on line. Emil Hauser died at the age of 85 in Sun liosis culminated in his book Curvatures of the City generic 20 mg cialis jelly mastercard, Arizona, on November 18, 1982, of coro- Spine, published in 1962, and his continued nary heart disease. He rowed against the stream of surgical inter- Clopton HAVERS vention in many orthopedic problems, and his conservative approach to bone and joint disease 1657–1702 was uniquely his own. The Hauser bar for treat- ment of pes valgo-planus, the Hauser brace for The name of Clopton Havers has been associated treatment of talipes equinovarus, and the treat- for 160 years with the spaces or canals that tra- ment of scoliosis by progressive recasting are verse the compact bone tissue. In view of the fact some of his original contributions to the treatment that Haversian canals are known to every student of bone and joint disease. He added to surgical of anatomy, it is somewhat surprising that so little treatment as well with an operation for correction is known about the man who described them. Hauser was an active advisor for orthope- for a time to the Earl of Warwick and was vicar dics for the National Foundation for Infantile of Chipping Ongar about the year 1643. He was Paralysis, and served on the medical advisory later appointed minister at Fifield (1649–1650) board for the Chicago chapters of both the and rector of Stambourne in 1651. After the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the restoration of Charles II in 1662, he was ejected United Cerebral Palsy Association. Morton honors and appointments came to him, includ- was also a nonconformist divine and he had ing membership in the American College of served as chaplain at New College, Oxford. He Surgeons, the American Board of Orthopedic was forced to give up his clerical post when the Surgery, and the Clinical Orthopedic Society. In Act of Uniformity was passed in 1662 and he 1958 he served as Chief of Staff of the Passavant then entered the medical profession. Morton, therefore, that Clopton ing acknowledgment of his great debt to his Havers was most indebted in the early stages of former tutor: his career. In 1668 he was enrolled as a student at Catharine Hall, Cambridge, and he studied there I do therefore, as an expression of that Respect and for a time. He left the university, however, Gratitude which are due from me, humbly present you without taking a degree and the next known fact with these Discourses: and although I shall never be able to satisfy that Debt which I have contracted; yet of his life is that on July 28, 1684, he was ad- this will be a demonstration of my inclinations to be mitted as an Extra-licentiate of the College of Just and Grateful. This meant that he had ble how far I am in Justice bound to render to you that, authority to practice medicine anywhere in which is an account of the Talent, which you, Sir, have England except in the city of London or within 7 intrusted me with, and so far as I am capable, taught miles of it, with the further proviso that he could me to improve. The book was very well received both in In the following year, 1685, Havers, according to England and on the continent, and three editions the “Album Studiosorum,” was enrolled as a in Latin (Frankfurt 1692, Amsterdam 1731, and student at the University of Utrecht and presented Leyden 1734) are some evidence of the esteem a thesis entitled “De Respiratione,” which gained with which it was regarded. Lilly Butler, Minis- him the degree of Doctor of Medicine of that uni- ter of St. This work was dedicated to his father and work in the sermon that he delivered at the funeral to Richard Morton. Baglivi, Havers received the distinction of being elected a when he stood for Anatomy Professor in the Fellow of the Royal Society and he was admitted Sapienza at Rome, took his Lecture. Constituent Parts, and Internal Structure of the Hands being put in nomination for reading of the Bones”; October 30 and November 13, 1689, same. Havers was chosen for three years to “The second Discourse of Accretion and Nutri- read on the second Tuesday, Wednesday and tion”; January 29, 1689, “The third Discourse of Thursday in July next by three of the clock in the the Marrow”; November 20 and 27, 1689, “The afternoon and to have thirty shillings for his pains fourth Discourse of the Mucilaginous Glands”; and the remainder to be disposed of by the Com- August 13, 1690, “The fifth Discourse of the Car- mitte.

One of his proudest days was in the summer of 1979 20mg cialis jelly amex, when the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons sponsored a course in Indianapolis on resurfacing arthroplasty of the hip buy 20mg cialis jelly free shipping. He would internally stabilize intertrochanteric fractures on a standard operating table, using two plain radiographs to verify the correct position after placement of the nail. These nails were not cannulated, and the inferior fin was several millimeters longer than the other two. EICHER lectual stimulation and camaraderie, and traveled 1904–1988 frequently with fellow members to Europe and Canada. Eicher was an associate clinical professor in Berne, Indiana, to Mennonite parents whose of orthopedic surgery at the Indiana University ancestors came from Bern, Switzerland. He was at his fun-loving best attended Indiana University and received his MD with medical students, interns, and residents. After internship at Indianapolis and his wife, Pluma, often entertained students General Hospital, he began the practice of general and house staff in their home, and he greatly medicine, in 1933, in Decatur, Indiana. He repeatedly Had it not been for World War II, he probably insisted that the years of postgraduate training would not have chosen to enter orthopedic train- were the best because of the rapid pace of ing. He joined the United States Army Medical assimilation of knowledge and the absence of Corps in 1942 and served a tour of duty in the the socioeconomic pressures of practice. On returning to the United States, When Pluma died of neoplasia in January he requested assignment to an orthopedic service, 1978, Dr. In even if it meant that he would not receive a 1982, after a bilateral cataract operation, a urinary promotion. He was assigned to the orthopedic tract infection led to a brain abscess. Next came service at Cushing General Hospital, Springfield, a mitral valve replacement and then a mediastinal Massachusetts, of which Nelson Hatt was chief. Hatt for his innovative except the severe visual impairment, which was a ideas. Eicher attained the rank of Major before great setback because of his insatiable reading being discharged, in 1945. In addition to his wife, his oldest son, 1948, strong Hoosier ties brought Dr. A son, Dan, and a his family to Indianapolis, where he practiced daughter, Julie, survive. Eicher’s primary interest, and he became a pioneer in the develop- ment of the intramedullary stemmed femoral prosthesis.

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A Study of the Pathological Find- the approach that he used in gathering data for his ings in Periarthritis of the Shoulder order cialis jelly 20mg with mastercard,” which investigation of adhesive capsulitis of the shoul- appeared in The Journal of Bone and Joint der purchase 20 mg cialis jelly visa. Because some of the studies were carried out Surgery in 1945 (27: 211–222), to his volume at autopsies, he often left a full office during the Arthrography of the Shoulder: The Diagnosis and day or his family at home at night to rush off to 241 Who’s Who in Orthopedics do the necessary dissections. They often were seen in the joint capsules and observations on the bio- together at meetings and social events, on the golf mechanics of scoliosis. He was called to Graz as course, or as the most accomplished couple on the senior professor in 1895, where he died after only dance floor. This relationship has stimulated them to continue his lifelong interest in the shoulder, and he con- sidered this his greatest legacy. He never seemed to change over the years, and many colleagues and friends remarked that they felt he would go on forever. He had actively practiced orthopedic surgery up to the time of his death. Julius Neviaser died at his home in Washington, DC, on August 20, 1980, at the age of 77. He was sur- vived by 11 grandchildren as well as the imme- diate family. NICOLL 1902–1993 The orthopedic establishment in the United Kingdom in the years before the Second World War consisted mainly of men who had worked with Robert Jones, either at Liverpool or at the Military Orthopedic Centre at Shepherds Bush during the First World War. There were some, however, who gradually became orthopedic sur- geons, having started their careers as general sur- geons, and Nicoll, who was not an establishment Carl NICOLADONI figure, was one of these. He Carl Nicoladoni was born in Austria and educated qualified in 1926 and became a general practi- in the wonderful Vienna era of the history of tioner in Corbridge, Northumberland. His principal contributions cottage hospital was visited regularly by Pro- were varied, numerous, and important. Among fessor Grey-Turner from Newcastle and Nicoll hand surgeons, he is famous for his work on assisted at operating sessions. He was quickly tendon transfers and tendon sutures and for his converted to surgery and in 1929 became resident pioneering of pollicization of a toe. He was assis- surgical officer in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, tant to Dumreicher at Innsbruck and 10 years later where he remained for the rest of his professional was appointed to succeed him as professor of career. The last is a classic description of the the treatment of injured miners. His next step was results of a very large series of fractures treated to develop a rehabilitation unit for miners at Berry conservatively and remains a benchmark against Hill Hall, near Mansfield. It was very much “Nick’s was vital for servicemen and workers to be made club” in those days and he organized superb meet- fit as soon as possible and it was during the war ings in many European countries and enlivened that the concept of rehabilitation became widely them with talks on history and music illustrated accepted. Nicoll was then invited to investigate the man- In 1967 he retired from surgical practice, but agement of traumatic paraplegia on behalf of the his energy and enthusiasm were undiminished. Miners’ Welfare Commission, which arranged for Apart from creating a water garden on the site of him to visit centers in North America in 1947.

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