Anatomy, descriptive and surgical

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Henry C. Lea, 1878 - 957 pages
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Contents

12 Bloodvessels of Fat Todd r Bowman
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Human Cartilage Cells Kolliker
43
Costal Cartilage in Old Age llarley
44
Fibrocartilage do
46
Transverse Section of Bone Kolliker
48
Section of Bone alter Removal of Earthy Portion Harley
50
Ossification of Foetal Cartilage Jiollett
52
Ossification of Foetal Cartilage Frey
53
Intramembranous ossification do
54
Transverse Section of Muscle Kolliker
56
Human Muscular Fibres do
57
Elementary Structure of Voluntary Muscle Quain
58
Uterus
59
Ciliated Epithelium
60
Nerve Vesicles from Casserian Ganglion Todd and Bowman
61
Human Nerve Tubes Kolliker
62
Nervous Branch from Sympathetic Frey
63
Diagram of the Division of the Blastodermic Membran
64
G5 Section of Blastoderm 66 Diagrams of the Development of the Three Layers Blastodermic MembraneTransverse Sections
66
Transverse Section of Spinal Cord J L Clarke G6 38 Transverse Section of Spinal Cord do 07
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Transverse Section through Embryochick
68
Diagrammatic Section through Ovum
69
Human Embryo of 4 Weeks
70
Tactile Corpuscles of Wagner Kolliker
71
Pacinian Corpuscle Todd and Bowman
72
Human Ovum 15 days
73
Termination of Nerves of Voluntary Muscle Motorial End Plates Kuhne
74
Terminations of Nerves of Voluntary Muscle Beale
75
Section of Small Artery and Vein Kolliker
76
Primitive Vertebral Column of Embryo
77
Capillary Vessels Frey
78
Longitudinal Section of Head of Embryo at 4 Weeks
79
Section of Small Artery and Vein Kolliker
80
Section of Thoracic Duct do
81
Stomata of Serous Membranes Frey
82
Follicle from Lymphatic Gland do
83
Capillaries and Veins of Spleen
84
Vessels and Nerves
85
Diagram of Formation of the Aortic Arches and Larger
86
Diagram of Formation of the Main Systemic Veins
87
Early Form of Alimentary Canal
88
Wolffian Body in the Asexual Stage of Embryo
89
Diagram of Primitive Urogenital Organs
90
Adult Ovary Parovarium and Fallopian Tube
91
Female Genital Organs of Embryo
92
Development of External Genital Organs of the Art eric FROM FAOB
93
Barry Kolliker 94
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Bischoff
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Foster and Balfour
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Foster and Balfour 100
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Wagntr 105 A Thompson
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do 106 do 106 Foster and Balfour
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Quaiti
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THORAX
116
Baer
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Epigastric Artery
118
TIO
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Quain 128 Farre 125 After J Mullcr
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Ecker
127
Cervical Vertebra 95 Atlas 96 Axis 97 Seventh Cervical Vertebra
130
Course and Relations
131
Dorsal Vertebra
137
Peculiar Dorsal Vertebra
138
Lumbar Vertebra
139
to 106 Development of a Vertebra
140
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Sacrum anterior surface
142
Vertical Section of the Sacrum
143
Sacrum posterior surface
144
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to 112 Development of Sacrum
146
Coccyx anterior and posterior surfaces 114 Lateral View of Spine
148
Occipital Bone outer surface
150
Occipital Bone inner surface
152
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Occipital Bone development of 118 Parietal Bone external surface
154
Parietal Bone internal surface
155
Frontal Bone outer surface 121 Frontal Bone inner surface
158
Frontal Bone at Birth
159
Temporal Bone outer surface
160
Internal Maxillary Artery
161
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Its Form Size and Situation
173
Vessels and Nerves
176
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Temporal Bone inner surface Temporal Bone petrous portion Temporal Bone development of Sphenoid Bone superior surface Sphenoid Bone anteri...
198
Lateral Fontanelles Nasal Bone outer surface Nasal Bone inner surface Superior Maxillary Bone outer surface Superior Maxillary Bone inner surface ...
199
Anterior region of Skull
201
Nasal Fossa outer wall Nasal Fossae inner wall or septum H void Bone anterior surface Sternum and Costal Cartilages anterior surface Sternum posteri...
206
Course Relations
207
Development of Sternum A
209
Vertebral Extremity of a
212
74 Peculiar Ribs Left Clavicle anterior surface Left Clavicle inferior surface
217
Left Scapula anterior surface or venter
219
Left Scapula posterior surface or dorsum
220
Plan of the Development of the Scapula
223
Left Humerus anterior view
224
Left Humerus posterior surface
227
Plan of the Development of the Humerus
228
Bones of the Left Forearm anterior surface Bones of the Left Forearm posterior surface
232
Plan of the Development of the Ulna Plan of the Development of the Radius
235
Bones of the Left Hand dorsal surface
237
Bones of the Left Hand palmar surface Plan of the Development of the Hand
244
Os Innominatum external surface Os Innominatum internal surface
246
Plan of the Development of the Os Innominatum Male Pelvis adult Female Pelvis adult
252
Epigastric Artery
257
Boundaries
258
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Plan of the Development of the Femur Right Patella anterior surface
260
Quain Quain Quain
278
Quadratus Femoris Obturator Externus
284
Branches
294
The Inferior Mesenteric Artery and its branches
323
Profunda Artery and its Branches
327
Course and Relations
359
Inferior Carotid Triangle
361
Whartons Duct
362
Cervical Portion
368
Subdivision into Peep and Superficial
396
Structure of Pharynx
397
Boundaries
403
Front of the Left Forearm superficial muscles
411
Posterior Surface of Forearm superficial muscles
420
Dorsal Interossei of Left Hand
426
Posterior Femoral Region
429
Peritoneum
430
Plan of Dissection of Lower Extremity front view
433
Profunda Artery and its Branches
439
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444
Plan of Dissection of Lower Extremity posterior view
446
Deep Fascia of Leg
450
Muscles of the Sole of the Foot first layer
456
Surgical Anatomy of the Muscles of
460
Sol Fracture of the Fibula with displacement of the Tibia Potts fracture
462
Transverse part of Arch
466
Arteries of the Upper Extremity
467
Course and Relations
471
Plan of the branches of the Right Subclavian Artery
500
Surgical Anatomy of the Axilla
505
The Axillary Artery and its branches
506
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Radial Artery
514
Relations
515
S16 The Surgical Anatomy of the Radial and Ulnar Arteries
518
511
520
Thoracic Aorta
522
The Abdominal Aorta and its branches
524
Reflections traced
527
Suprarenal Arteries
532
Situation
534
External Iliac Artery
544
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554
Surgical Anatomy
560
Veins
564
Vertebral Veins
569
Veins of the DiploS seen on removal of outer table of Skull
571
Axillary Vein
575
liight Lymphatic Duct
576
The Vena? Cava and Azygos Veins with their Formative Branches
580
Internal Saphenous Vein
581
The Portal Vein and its Branches
586
Pulmonary Veins
587
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590
The Deep Lymphatics and Glands of the Neck and Thorax
593
Nervous System
596
Splenic end Pyloric
599
Deep Lymphatic Glands of Thorax
600
Sinuses
602
The Brain and its Membranes
606
Subdivision into Cerebrum Cerebellum
609
Transverse Section of the Spinal Cora and its Membranes
611
Upper Surface of Cerebrum
615
General Arrangement of the Parts
622
Station of the Brain made on a level with the Corpus Callosum
623
The Third and Fourth Ventricles
629
Cerebellum Upper Surface
632
of the Lateral
641
Facial Vein
655
Spinal Nerves
665
External Jugular Vein
668
Brachial Plexus
671
Median Nerve
675
Intercostal Nerves
681
Anterior Crural Nerve
687
Internal Popliteal Nerve
693
Carotid and Cavernous Plexuses
699
Inferior Hemorrhoidal Plexus
706
Cornea
715
Changes produced in the Lens by Age
724
Middle Ear or Tympanum
732
Internal Ear or Labyrinth
738
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Otoliths
744
Chemical Composition
750
10 rOM nan 431 The Salivary Glands
757
The Legions of the Ahdomen and their contents edge of Costal Cartilages in dotted outline
762
Ligaments
768
The Mucous Membrane of the Stomach and Duodenum with the Bile Ducts 76S 435 The Muscular Coat of the Stomach
769
Minute Anatomy of Mucous Membrane of Stomach Dr Sprott Boyd
770
Relations of the Duodenum
772
18 Diagrammatic Section of a Villus Watney
774
Two Villi magnified
775
411 Patch of leyers Glands from the lower part of the Ileum 7 76
776
Large Intestine
777
Diagram of the relations of the Large Intestine and Kidneys from behind
778
the Peh Wanl PAOE 162 163
782
The Liver upper surface
784
The Liver under surface
785
Longitudinal Section of an Hepatic Vein Kiernan
787
Vessels of Lobules of Liver Klein
788
Origin of Bile Ducts Herring
789
The parts in the Gastrohcpatic Omentum
791
The Pancreas and its Relations
792
Transverse Section of the Spleen showing the Trabecular Tissue and the Splenic Vein and its branches
794
The Malpighian Corpuscles and their relation with the Splenic Artery and its branches
795
One of the Splenic Corpuscles showing its relations with the Bloodvessels
796
Transverse Section of the Human Spleen showing the distribution of the Splenic Artery and its branches
797
Lingual and Pharyngeal
799
4C1 Front View of the Thorax showing the relation of the Thoracic Viscera to the walls of the Chest
801
The Right Auricle and Ventricle laid open the anterior walls of both being removed
802
Left Auricle
806
The Optic Nerve and Optic Tract
808
4G4 Plan of the Foetal Circulation
811
Organs of Voice and Respiration 465 Side View of the Thyroid and Cricoid Cartilages
814
Tho Cartilages of the Larynx posterior view
815
Tho Larynx and adjacent parts seen from above
817
Vertical Section of the Larynx and upper part of the Trachea
818
Ventricle of Larynx Sacculus Laryngis
819
Muscles of Larynx side view right Ala of Thyroid Cartilage removed
820
the Trachea and Bronchi
822
Transverse Section ot the Trachea just above its Bifurcation with a birdseye view of the interior
823
Surgical Anatomy of the Larvngotracheal Region
825
Reflections
826
The Posterior Mediastinum anterior view
828
The Posterior Mediastinum and Boot of the Neck posterior view
829
Front View of the Heart and Lungs
830
The Roots of the Lungs and Tostcrior Pulmonary Plexus seen from behind
832
Structure of Smaller Bronchial Tubes
833
Minute Structure of Thyroid Gland Frey
835
Minute Structure of Thvmus Gland do
837
The Urinary Organs
838
Vertebral Veins
848
The Bulb
858
Nerves of the Orbit seen from above
870
Ligament of the Ovary
876
Course and Coverings of Oblique Hernia
884
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519
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Muscles of Soft Palate
909
The Head
913
Superior Longitudinal Sinus
915
Tonsils
918
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The Leg and Ankle
941
TnE Forearm and Wrist
947
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466
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Straight Lateral and Occipital Sinuses
954
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Tunics of Sclerotic
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Posterior Auricular Artery
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Eruption of the Teeth
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Page 391 - Pectoralis major ; below, its fibres are closely aggregated together, and extend obliquely across from the anterior superior spine of the ilium to the spine of the 09 pubis and the linea ilio-pectinea.
Page 739 - Its degree of curvature varies in different individuals, and in the same individual at different periods of life, it being more prominent in youth than in advanced life, when it becomes flattened.
Page 560 - Its course corresponds to a line drawn from a point midway between the anterior superior spine of the ilium and the symphysis pubis, to the inner side of the inner condyle of the femur.
Page 581 - ... a line drawn from the angle of the jaw to the middle of the clavicle.
Page 455 - Flexor longus hallucis,1 to which it is connected by a strong tendinous slip, it becomes expanded, is joined by the Flexor accessorius, and finally divides into four tendons which are inserted into the bases of the last phalanges of the four lesser toes, each tendon passing through a fissure in the tendon of the Flexor brevis digitorum opposite the base of the first phalanges.
Page 525 - Pronator radii teres ; in its lower two-thirds, between the tendons of the Supinator longus and the Flexor carpi radialis. The radial nerve lies close to the outer side of the artery in the middle third of its course, and some filaments of the musculo-cutaneous nerve, after piercing the deep fascia, run along the lower part of the artery as it winds round the wrist.
Page 322 - This articulation is an enarthrodial or ball-and-socket joint, formed by the reception of the head of the femur into the cup-shaped cavity of the acetabulum. The articulating surfaces are covered with cartilage, that on the head of the femur being thicker at the centre than at the circumference, and covering the entire surface, with the exception of a depression just below its centre for the ligamentum teres ; that covering the acetabulum is much thinner at the centre than at the circumference.
Page 166 - Nasal (natia, the nose) are two small oblong bones, varying in size and form in different individuals ; they are placed side by side at the middle and upper part of the face, forming, by their junction, "the bridge
Page 829 - In thefoetue this valve is of large size, and serves to direct the blood from the inferior vena cava, through the foramen ovale, into the left auricle.
Page 269 - Each bone articulates with the tarsal bones by one extremity, and by the other with the first row of phalanges. The number of tarsal bones with which each metatarsal articulates is one for the first, three for the second, one for the third, two for the fourth, and one for the fifth. The Phalange«.

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