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abdominal action angle anterior arch artery articulates attached backward base becomes blood body bone border brain branches called canal cartilage cavity cells central cervical close coat communicates connected consists contains continuous cord covered curved deep directed divides division dorsal duct enters extends external extremity facial fascia fibres fissure folds foramen fossa four fourth front frontal gives glands gray groove head iliac Illustrations inches inferior inner insertion internal joint known lateral layer length lies ligament lobe lower lumbar margin matter membrane middle mucous muscles muscular named nasal neck nerve supply oblique occipital opening organ origin outer pair passes placed plexus portion posterior presents receives region ribs root separated side situated skin space sphenoid spinal spine structure substance superficial superior surface temporal tendon terminates thin third thru tissue transverse upper veins ventricle vertebrae vessels wall
Page 147 - A line drawn from a point midway between the anterior superior spine of the ilium and the symphysis pubis...
Page 39 - ... the lower ribs. The ribs increase in length from the first to the seventh, when they again diminish to the twelfth.
Page 145 - ... extending from the anterior superior spine of the ilium to the spine of the pubic bone. FIG. 47. Tensor Vaginae Femoris...
Page 147 - ... the spermatic cord in the male, and the round ligament of the uterus in the female...
Page 177 - Passing obliquely across the foot, it is inserted into the outer side of the base of the first phalanx of the great toe.
Page 70 - ... supinator longus, extensor carpi radialis longior, extensor carpi radialis brevior, extensor communis digitorum, extensor minimi digiti, extensor carpi ulnaris, anconeus, and supinator brevis ; internal condyle (condylus flexorius), flexors and one pronator, viz.
Page 399 - Poupart's ligament is formed by the lower border of the aponeurosis of the external oblique muscle; it extends from the anterior superior spine of the ilium to the spine of the pubes.