A System of Anatomical Plates: Accompanied with Descriptions, and Physiological, Pathological, and Surgical Observations, Volume 27, Issue 1

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D. Lizars, 1825 - Human anatomy
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Page 58 - ... its soft connections, and the superior maxillary bone separated from the lacrymal and ethmoid bones with a strong scalpel. The only objects now holding the diseased mass are the pterygoid processes of the sphenoid bone with the pterygoid muscles. These bony processes will readily yield by compressing or shaking the anterior part of the bone, or they may be divided by the forceps, and the muscles cut with the knife. The bone or bones are frequently so soft in this disease as to be easily cut with...
Page 32 - It arises from the anterior tubercles of the transverse processes of the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth cervical vertebrae...
Page 54 - Hairs are found upon all parts of the body, with the exception of the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.
Page 97 - White, who found it on an oak tree in Cambridge. This case was nearly an inch and a half long, and about half an inch in diameter. It was not regularly oval, but somewhat flattened on its lower side. It consisted externally of two oblong oval pieces of a leaf, fastened together in the neatest manner by their edges, but the seams made a little ridge on each side of the case; this had become dry and faded, and was lined within...
Page 15 - ... hardened by acid or spirit. " Exclusive of these two layers, I find that the retina is covered on its external surface by a delicate transparent membrane, united to it by cellular substance and vessels.
Page x - to wait on these poor for nothing, and bury them after dissection at our own charges, which now the town does; yet there is great opposition by the chief surgeons, who neither eat hay nor suffer the oxen to eat it. I do propose, if this be granted, to make better improvements in anatomy than have been made at Leyden these thirty years; for I think most or all anatomists have neglected or not known what was most useful for a physician.
Page 71 - Lamarcke's Conchology, by Crouch. 4to. coloured plates. Lamarcke's Conchology, by Crouch. 4to. plain plates.
Page 51 - Having been taken out of the bath, he should be placed flat on his back, with his head slightly raised, upon a warm bed in a warm room, wiped perfectly dry, and then rubbed constantly all over the body with warm flannels. At the same time, mustard poultices should be...
Page 20 - The several lymphatic branches unite to form a duct, one to two centimetres long, which empties into the venous system at the junction of the right internal jugular and subclavian veins.

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