Anatomy, Descriptive and Applied (Google eBook)

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Lea & Febiger, 1913 - Human anatomy - 1407 pages
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Contents

The Testes and their Coverings
68
nerve fibres
73
EMBRYOLOGY
77
Zona arcuata 1065
79
Segmentation of the Fertilized Ovum
84
The Neck 12S9 Liver
88
Vasa breviu arteries
91
Separation of the Embryo
92
The Decidua
98
Divisions of the Spinal Nerves The Cephalic Portion of the Sympathetic
113
Development of the Joints
115
Structure of the Peripheral Xerves and The Diencephalon
126
The Cerebral Nerves
132
The Semilunar Ganglion
133
Vascular areas of yolksac
136
The Ear
138
Further Development of the Heart
145
Further Development of the Arteries
152
The Digestive Tube
162
The Spleen
176
The Ovary
184
Sacculus 1062
186
The External Organs of Generation
190
Short Bones
196
vertebra
201
The Lumbar Vertebra
204
Sacral arteries lateral 707
207
Ossification of the Vertebral Column
210
Boundaries
216
The Costal Cartilages
224
The Parietal Bone
231
The Frontal Bone
232
bone
237
Tympanum 1049
243
The Sphenoidal Bone
245
Ethmoiilul bone
251
Sutural bones
255
The Maxillary Nerve
257
The Lacrimal Bone
263
Sphenopalatine artery 642
267
The Mandible Lower Jaw
275
Suture coronal 277
277
Xorma Occipitalis
282
The Interior of the Skull
288
The Mandibular Nerve
291
Differences in the Skull Due to
294
The Bones of the Upper Extremity
301
Scapula
304
Supraspinatous fossa
305
ULNA
314
The Hand
322
Adductor Pollicis Transversus
328
The Metacarpus
329
The Pelvis
340
The Fibula 359 Characteristics of the Individual Meta
370
Syncytiotrophoblast 85
379
SYNDESMOLOGY
386
Supraspinatus muscle 532
387
Articulations of the Vertebral Column with
392
Articulations of the Vertebral Column 384 The Ligament of the Tubercle
399
Articulations of the Pelvis
404
Humeral Articulation or Shoulderjoint
414
Radiouinar Articulation
422
Subscapular Fascia 531 The Intermediate Muscles
431
Coxal Articulation or Hipjoint
432
The Kneejoint
438
Supraspinatous Fascia 532 Interossei Dorsales
439
Articulations between the Tibia and Fibula
447
Intertarsal Articulations
452
Frontalis
466
Suprastermil nerves 957
477
Sternocleidomastoideus
478
Vasomotor nerve fibres 802
500
Scaienus Anterior 44 Inguinal Aponeurotic Falx
505
Multifidus Applied Anatomy
516
Mibcostales 492
522
ANGIOLOGY
595
The Upper Opening of the Thorax
601
Relations
619
Relations
627
I The Interior of the Cerebral Heini
652
First Part of the Right Subclavian Artery 655 Applied Anatomy C
655
Ulnar artery
679
Subcostal arteries
686
The Pharynx Ligaments of the Liver 11
689
Sibsons fascia 1006
695
Ureters
699
The Nasal Part of the Pharynx 1139 Excretory Apparatus of the Liver 11
700
Sural arteries
720
The Anterior Tihial Artery
722
THE PULMONARY VEINS
729
The Sinuses of the Dura Mater Ophthalmic The Popliteal Vein The Femoral Vein
740
Sinus or Sinuses cavernosus
744
The Deep Veins of the Upper Extremity
750
THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
768
THE LYMPHATICS OF THE HEAD FACE
774
Submental artery 634
778
THE LYMPHATICS OP THE LOWER EXTKKMITY
782
The Superior Mesenteric Glands
789
THE LYMPHATICS OF THE THORAX
796
Taenia pontis
833
The Pons 833 Applied Anatomy 81
834
Tacniae coli 1184
846
The Cerebral Peduncles 848 The Arachnoid Granulations
847
The Diencephalon 855 The Olfactory Nerves
855
Tangential fibres of cerebral
892
lower 804
909
The Abducent Nene
927
The Posterior Auricular Nerve
933
The Vagus Nene
940
Spinal accessory nerve
944
Nerve Roots
948
The Ductus Deferens
1005
The Ejaculatory Ducts
1018
purple
1020
Dissection
1021
Tapetum of choroid
1022
Vitreous body of eye
1030
Applied Anatomy of the Nose 1015 Dissection
1034
Tarsal arteries 724
1039
The Organ of Hearing
1043
The Middle Ear or Tympanic Cavity
1049
Peripheral Terminations of Nerves of General
1069
Spindle achromatic 36
1070
The Appendages of the Skin
1075
The Ligaments of the Larynx
1082
Vocal cords false
1085
The Muscles of the Larynx
1088
1079
1095
The Apex of the Lungs
1102
Applied Anatomy
1108
The Laryngeal Part of the Pharynx 1141 The Common Bile Duct 12
1112
Teeth
1115
944
1127
950
1133
956
1140
The Prostate
1182
The Vagina
1227
VAGINA
1255
1206
1270
The Joints and Muscles
1276
Bones
1291
Articulations
1299
innominate artery
1300
1100
1301
1105
1307
1110
1315
Volar Carpal Ligament 547 Obturator Internus
1320
960
1362
960
1369
964
1386
Vagus nerve 940
1405

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Page 574 - ... there connect it with a transverse incision, carried from the inner to the outer side of the leg.
Page 508 - ... the spermatic cord in the male, and the round ligament of the uterus in the female...
Page 484 - Longus capitis (Rectus capitis anticus major), broad and thick above, narrow below, arises by four tendinous slips, from the anterior tubercles of the transverse processes of the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth cervical vertebrae...
Page 554 - Its fibres converge as they pass outwards, and are inserted along with the adductor obliquus into the ulnar side of the base of the first phalanx of the thumb.
Page 721 - ... the lower end of the femur and upper end of the tibia, and...
Page 3 - Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical. By Henry Gray, FRS, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons; Lecturer on Anatomy at St. George's Hospital Medical School, London.
Page 731 - VEINS OF THE HEAD AND NECK. The veins of the head and neck may be subdivided into three groups. 1. The veins of the exterior of the head. 2. The veins of the neck. 3. The veins of the diploe and interior of the cranium.
Page 389 - Fig. 429) ; here there are two joints : one between the posterior surface of the anterior arch of the atlas and the front of the odontoid process; the other between the anterior surface of the ligament and the back of the process.
Page 668 - ... the third part extends from the lower border of the pectoralis minor to the lower border of the teres major. The first part of the axillary artery lies very deeply.
Page 655 - Scalenus anticus to the outer border of the first rib, where it becomes the axillary artery. This portion of the vessel is the most superficial, and is contained in a subclavian triangle (see page 502).

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