Lessons in Elementary Physiology

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Macmillan, 1872 - Electronic books - 319 pages
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Contents

The lachrymal apparatus
235
LESSON X
236
The sense of warmth or cold 12 TASTE 13 SMELL bones The Papilla of the tongue The anatomy of the nostrils The turbinal
239
The reason of sniffing
243
THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND INNERVATION Pp 248271
248
Fat cells
280
Pigment cells
284
Bone Growth of bone Ossification 12 Teeth
287
Development of teeth Cutting of teeth
290
Circulation IV Respiration 15 Muscle striated and smooth 16 Nervous tissue nerve fibres and ganglionic corpuscles 17 Tactile corpuscles 18 The olfa...
295
APPENDIX A TABLE OF ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSTANTS Pp 297301
297
Cutaneous excretion
300
Renal excretion VII Nervous action VIII Histology
301
APPENDIX B CASE OF MRS A Pp 302306
302
1 The nature and arrangment of the capillaries
1
Structure and properties of arteries and veins
2
Differences between arteries and veins
3
Structure and function of the valves of the veins
4
The Lymphatics
5
The Lacteals
6
A general view of the way in which the vessels are arranged in the body and are connected with the heart
7
The Heart its connexions and structure the pericardium and endocardium the auricles and ventricles
8
Examples of levers of the third order
9
Its valves their structure action and purpose
10
Joints or articulations Imperfect joints
11
Its systole and diastole 12 The working of the heart the mechanism by which the heart through its contractions drives the blood always in one directi...
12
The working of the arteries
13
The beat of the heart
14
The sounds of the heart
15
The pulse in the arteries
16
Why blood flows in jerks from a cut artery
17
1820 Why no pulse can be felt in the capillaries
18
The tissues are constantly being renewed
19
The renewal is effected by means of the alimentary appa ratus which converts food into nutriment and by
20
The circulation traced in its whole course
21
blushing
23
LESSON IV
49
RESPIRATION Pp 74100
74

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