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Portrait of a Lady" (1917) he replaces etherized paralysis
version of the etherized patient evokes the same fear of helplessness
In 1842, Georgia physician Crawford Long performed probably the first painless surgery on an etherized patient, and four years later, dentist William Morton demonstrated the procedure for astounded onlookers at Massachusetts General Hospital.
BloodSTOP([R]) gauze is made of etherized oxidized regenerated cellulose and is an inexpensive method for covering wounds and cuts on the skin's surface.
Hume is not necessarily the best young painter around, nor did he alone achieve the etherized, abstracted look in painting and other mediums (not to mention fashion) that we have begun to recognize as our own fin-de-siecle period style.