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Raoul Palmer, World War II, and Transabdominal Coelioscopy. Laparoscopy Extends Into Gynecology

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Raoul Palmer, World War II, and Transabdominal Coelioscopy. Laparoscopy Extends Into Gynecology

G S Litynski. JSLS.

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Figure 1.
Figure 1.
Raoul Palmer (about 1943). Figure 4–7 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.
Figure 2.
Figure 2.
Raoul and Elisabeth Palmer. Figure 4–8 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.
Figure 3.
Figure 3.
Laparoscopy emanated from Hospital Broca throughout Europe and other continents. Figure C-1 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.
Figure 4.
Figure 4.
Hospital Broca was housed in a building which dates from the 19th century. Figure 4–5 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.
Figure 5.
Figure 5.
In order to reach Palmer's office one had to cross the large patient room. Figure 4–10 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.
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Figure 6.
Elisabeth Palmer in Paris.“One worked at that time without sterile gloves and submerged hands repeatedly in an alcohol solution.” Figure 4–15 in Highlights in the History of Laparoscopy.

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