Leisering's Atlas of the Anatomy of the Horse and of the Other Domestic Animals, for Veterinarians, Students of Veterinary Medicine, Agricultural Collleges, Horse Fanciers and Artists: Explanatory text

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A. Eger, 1906 - Medical
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Contents

Skull of the horse seen from the frontonasal side
23
Skull of the horse seen from the right side
24
Transverse section through the nasal cavities
25
Crosssection through the nose of the horse
26
PLATE TAFEL IV
27
Inferior maxilla or mandible seen from the right side and from in front
29
First cervical vertebra seen from the right and posterior side
30
Third cervical vertebra seen from the right and from the cranial side
31
Third lumbar vertebra seen from the front and from the right side
32
Cervical portion of the head seen from the ventral side
33
PLATE TAFEL V
34
Dorsal portion and vertebral end of the eighth rib
35
Sternum of the horse
36
Pelvis of the horse with ligaments seen from the right and caudal side
37
Pelvis seen from the ventral side
38
PLATE TAFEL VI
39
Extensor surface of the right articulatio manus or carpi
40
External side of the right carpal joint
41
Figs 7 8 and 9 Articulationes digitorum manus joints of the toe in Figs 7
42
Articular concavity of the metacarpophalangeal articulation
43
Right patella seen from the articular side
44
Flexor surface of the right stifle joint
45
PLATE TAFEL VII
46
and 2 Muscles of the anterior half of the horse
47
PLATE TAFEL VIII
51
Outer surface of the right pectoral limb
53
Right pectoral limb seen from the medial and volar side
54
and 9 Posterior surface of the anterior toe with tendons
59
Crosssection through the middle of the forearm
60
Crosssection through the middle of the metacarpus
61
PLATE TAFEL IX
62
Deeper muscles of the trunk
64
PLATE TAFEL X
67
Cervical surface of the cranial portion of the neck
70
The head and the adjacent portion of the neck
71
Posterior portion of the horse
72
PLATE TAFEL XI
73
Right pelvic limb seen from the outer side
74
Upper portion of the right pelvic limb
75
The same limb with muscles
77
The trunk of a horse laid on its back
78
The Sense Organs
87
PLATE TAFEL XIIT Fig 1 Posterior portion of the head
89
Posterior portion of the head and the neck seen from above
90
Head of the horse seen from the right and somewhat from the side of the throat
92
Petrous bone
93
Tympanic portion of the petrous bone
94
PLATE TAFEL XIV
95
Auditory ossicles in their relations to each other and to the tympanic membrane
96
The bony labyrinth of the left ear shown opened
97
Cartilagomembranae nictitantis
98
Nose of the horse seen from in front and from the right
99
Inner side of the anterior half of a right eyeball
100
Crosssection through the orbital region
101
Eye of the horse
103
PLATE TAFEL XV
104
Inner half of a horses right foot
106
Right coffin bone seen from the outer side
107
Coffin bone with the lateral cartilage removed
108
Lateral view of the plantar cushion
109
Plantar surface of a foot
110
Horny capsule of the horse no Figs ii and 12 Plantar aspect of two horny capsules in Fig 13 Inside of the hoof
111
A piece of the inner surface of the hoof
112
Mad with the parotid gland and the superficial muscles removed
118
Mead of the horse seen from the cervical side and from the right
125
Posterior segment of head obtained as explained in Fig 2 front view
131
PLATE TAFEL XX
137
Visceral surface of the liver of the horse
143
Caecum distended
146
A horse lying on its back with the abdominal cavity opened
147
Position as in preceding figure intestinal canal removed
148
PLATE TAFEL XXIII
149
The united spongy bodies corpora cavernosa penis
158
The terminal portion of the penis
159
Male sexual organs in normal relations
160
Longitudinal section through the terminal portion of the penis
161
Female sexual organs in normal relations
162
The sexual organs of the mare seen from above
164
Right ovary with Fallopian tube distended
165
Medial or inner side of the right ovary from the foetus of a horse
166
Schematic representation of the development of the foetal ovary
167
The more deeply situated thoracic and abdominal viscera left lateral aspect
169
PLATE TAFEL XXVII
172
Right lateral aspect of the deeply situated organs of the thoracic ab dominal and pelvic cavities
173
Vessels and Nerves
174
PLATE TAFEL XXVIII
179
Left surface of the horses heart
180
The right auricle atrium dextrum opened
181
Interior of the left auricle and of the left ventricle
182
Transverse section of a boiled and hence greatly contracted heart of a horse
183
PLATE TAFEL XXIX
184
A portion of the basilar surface of the cranial cavity
187
Brain of the horse as it appears from the roof of the cranium
188
Transverse section through the spinal cord
194
PLATE TAFEL XXXI
202
Right half of the mandible of the horse seen from the laryngeal side
210
Repeats orbital region of Fig I in somewhat greater proportions
217
Median section through the head of the horse directed close to the
225
Basal surface of the brain of a horse with arteries injected
232
Pectoral limb of the horse with vessels and nerves prepared
241
Fore foot of the horse with vessels and nerves prepared seen from side
247
Loop of the small intestine with its mesentery
253
Right posterior half of a male horse seen from internal side
260
Transverse section through the neck
273
Internal surface of the inferior end of forearm and foot of the horse
280
Left half of horizontal section through the thoracic region of the horse
286
PLATE TAFEL XLII
296
Distal end of the sheeps foot
302
Lateral aspect of the skull of the ox with the bony sinuses opened
309
Fissures of the cerebral hemispheres of the ox seen from the side and somewhat from below
315
Fissures of median surface and of cerebellar surface of cerebral hemi spheres of the ox
316
PLATE TAFEL XLV
317
The two first stomachs of the ox opened to show their interior
318
Reticulum psalterium and abomasus of the ox seen from above
319
Piece of mucous membrane from reticulum of the ox
320
PLATE TAFEL XLVI
321
Visceral surface of the liver of the ox
322
Right lateral aspect of the relations of the abdominal viscera of the goat
323
Visceral surface of the spleen of the ox
324
Kidney of the sheep cut through in the middle
325
The pelvis of a ram opened from above
326
Genital organs of a cow seen from dorsal side from above
327
Fig 3a Ovarium of a heifernatural size
328
PLATE TAFEL XLVI 1l Fig 1 Skeleton of the hog
329
Lateral aspect of the superficial layer of the trunk and head muscles
332
Muscles of pectoral limb of hog seen from in front and from outer side 336
336
Fig 4Muscles of pelvic limb of hog seen from in front and from outer side
338
Fissures of the cerebral hemispheres of the hog seen from above
339
Fissures of the cerebral hemispheres of the hog seen from the side and somewhat from below
340
The fissures on median surface of cerebral hemisphere
341
PLATE TAFEL IL
342
Head of the hog with oral cavity and pharynx opened seen from right
343
Visceral surface of the inflated stomach of the hog
344
Kidney of the hog in crosssection
345
Part of pelvic portion of urethra and Cowpers glands of the hog seen from the abdominal side
346
PLATE TAFEL L
347
Lateral aspect of the superficial musculature of the dog
351
Muscles of the external surface of the pectoral limb of the dog
358
Muscles of the hind leg and foot of the dog seen from lateral side
360
Medulla oblongata and pons Varolii of the dog seen from ventral side
361
Twcenbrain midbrain hindbrain and afterbrain of the dog seen from above
362
PLATE TAFEL LI
365
Right lateral aspect of the thoracic and abdominal viscera of the dog
367

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Page 71 - ... pterygoid muscle, and the tensor palati. Externally to the external pterygoid plate is the zygomatic fossa. Behind the nasal fossae, in the middle line, is the under surface of the body of the sphenoid, and the basilar process of the occipital bone, and, still further back, the foramen magnum. At the base of the external pterygoid plate, on each side, is the foramen ovale, and behind this the foramen spinosum with the prominent spine which gives attachment to the internal lateral ligament of...
Page 24 - ... it. Sometimes, however, a second orifice, circular in outline, will be found. This is situated lower down, and opens into the middle meatus immediately above the middle point of the attached margin of the inferior turbinated bone. The inferior meatus is the horizontal passage which extends backwards between the inferior turbinated bone and the floor of the nasal fossa. It is placed behind the vestibule, and the free border of the projection, which corresponds to the inferior turbinated bone,...
Page 56 - This narrow but fleshy muscle arises from the apex of the coracoid process and is inserted at the middle of the inner surface of the shaft of the humerus.
Page 69 - ... bundles of fibres, arising from the transverse processes of all the vertebrae from the sacrum to the axis ; inserted into the spines of the first or second vertebrae above their origin. 2. Levatores costarum, consisting of 'twelve distinct fasciculi on each side, which arise from the transverse processes of the dorsal vertebrae, and are inserted into the ribs below, between the tubercles and angles. 3. Supra-spinalis, composed of fasciculi arising from the lower cervical and upper dorsal vertebrae...
Page 240 - ... S.), the median vein (cf. Fig. 2, 29). (27) A constant anterior external cutaneous vein (branch of internal subcutaneous, S.) (v. salvatella et v. cephalica pollicis) (cf. Fig. 2, 21). III. The nerves of the pectoral limb come from the brachial plexus, plexus brachialis, which arises from the inferior (ventral) branches of the last three cervical and the first two thoracic or dorsal nerves. Concerning this plexus and its branches, see Plate XXXI\", Fig.
Page 81 - Fig. 3), and by its greater pelvic head from both iliac spines, from the external surface of the ilium, from the side of the sacrum, and is inserted to the trochanter major of the femur.
Page 222 - Eustachian tube, will pass between the handle of the malleus and the long cms of the incus...
Page 199 - The v. vertebralis, vertebral vein of the neck (S.), accompanies the corresponding artery (Fig. 1, 8) through the foramina of the transverse processes of the cervical vertebrae, and...
Page 176 - The vessels which convey the blood from the heart are known as the arteries, those which return it to the heart are called veins ; the...
Page 128 - ... animals. These ridges assist the tongue to carry the food back to the throat. The hard palate stretches back a little beyond the last molar teeth in animals, and ends by becoming continuous with the soft palate. This latter is formed by muscles covered with mucous membrane, and acts as a sort of curtain between the cavity of the mouth and that of the pharynx. In most animals it is short, and will allow food to be regurgitated back into the mouth, but this is not the case in the horse. In that...

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