Whitman frame

Whit·man frame

(wit'măn),
a frame similar to the Bradford frame, but with curved sides.
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Whit·man frame

(wit'măn frām)
A frame similar to the Bradford frame, but with curved sides.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Whitman,

Royal, U.S. surgeon, 1857-1946.
Whitman arch support
Whitman arthroplasty
Whitman femoral neck reconstruction
Whitman fracture appliance
Whitman fracture frame
Whitman frame - similar to the Bradford frame but with curved sides.
Whitman operation
Whitman osteotomy
Whitman paralysis
Whitman plate
Whitman talectomy procedure
Whitman technique
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See, for example, his early story "Bervance: or, Father and Son" (1841), which begins with the claim that, "almost incredible as it may seem, there is more truth than fiction in the following story." In "Revenge and Requital: A Tale of a Murderer Escaped" (1845), another villainous-lawyer tale, Whitman frames the narrative as one of "mainly true incidents (for such they are)." (35) They are not, of course.
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