Quain's elements of anatomy, ed. by W. Sharpey A. Thomson and J. Cleland. 2 vols. [issued in 3 pt. The cancelled sig. Q1 is retained].

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Page 911 - A', B', and C', show in horizontal sections of the glottis the position of the vocal ligaments and arytenoid cartilages in the three several states represented in the other figures. In all the figures, so far as marked, the letters indicate the parts as follows, viz.: I, the base of the tongue; e, the upper free part of the epiglottis, e...
Page 904 - A, oesophagus of a chick, on the fourth day of incubation, with the rudimentary lung of the left side, seen laterally ; 1, the front, and 2, the back of the oesophagus ; 3, rudimentary lung protruding from that tube ; 4, stomach.
Page 908 - IVrislerg, are two very small, soft, yellowish cartilaginous bodies, placed one on each side of the larynx in the fold of mucous membrane, which extends from the summit of the arytenoid cartilage to the epiglottis. They have a conical form, their base or broader part being directed upwards. They occasion small conical elevations of the mucous membrane...
Page 884 - Chessy deposits, that is, in a quartzose rock scattered in nuggets varying from the size of a pea to that of a walnut. All the ores carry, besides iron and silica, a small percentage of manganese and alumina, together with an amount of zinc varying from two to eight per cent.
Page 944 - Position. — In infancy it lies in the abdomen. In the adult it lies in the pelvis behind the pubes ; in the male in front of the rectum ; in the female it is placed in front of the uterus and vagina.
Page 1154 - With these plates, and such as these, by his side, the learner will be well guided in his dissection ; and under' their guidance he may safely continue his study when out of the dissecting-room. — With such plates as these, the surgeon will be fully reminded of all that is needful in anatomy when engaged in planning an operation.
Page 754 - The bony wall of the labyrinth is removed superiorly and externally. 1, fovea hemielliptica ; 2, fovea hemisph«rica ; 3, common opening of the superior and posterior semicircular canals ; 4, opening of the aqueduct of the vestibule ; 5, the superior, 6, the posterior, and 7, the external semicircular canals ; 8, spiral tube of the cochlea ; 9, scala tympani ; 10, scala vestibuli.
Page cxxxii - ... stimuli from the centre to the moving organs. The nerves are, therefore, said to be internuncial in their office, whilst the central organ receives the impressions conducted to it by the one class of nerves, and imparts stimuli to the other, — rendering certain of these impressions cognisable to the mind, and combining in due association, and towards a definite end, movements, whether voluntary or involuntary, of different and often of distant parts.
Page 963 - In the bulbous portion of the urethra, near its anterior end, are the two openings of the ducts of Cowper's glands. These...
Page 1153 - SCIENCE AND ART OF SURGERY; a Treatise on Surgical Injuries, Diseases, and Operations. By Sir JOHN ERIC ERICHSEN, Bart., FRS, LL.D.

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