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" It passes downwards from its origin in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major... "
A System of Practical Surgery - Page 265
by Sir William Fergusson - 1845 - 639 pages
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The Anatomist's Vade Mecum: A System of Human Anatomy

Sir Erasmus Wilson - Human anatomy - 1842 - 595 pages
...part of the plexus by a common trunk with the circumflex nerve. It passes downwards from its origin in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscle, and winds around the humerus in the spiral groove, accompanied by the superior profunda artery,...
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The Anatomist's Vade Mecum: A System of Human Anatomy

Sir Erasmus Wilson - Anatomy - 1845 - 648 pages
...part of the plexus by a common trunk with the circumflex nerve. It passes downwards from its origin in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscle, and winds around the humerus in the spiral groove, accompanied by the superior profunda artery,...
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A System of Human Anatomy: General and Special

Sir Erasmus Wilson - Human anatomy - 1850 - 544 pages
...part of the plexus by a common trunk with the circumflex nerve. It passes downwards from its origin in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscle, and winds around the humerus in the spiral groove, accompanied by the superior profunda artery,...
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The Hydropathic Encyclopedia: A System of Hydropathy and Hygiene ..., Volume 1

Russell Thacher Trall - Hydrotherapy - 1851 - 460 pages
...branches of nerves ; the musculo-spira^ nerve, the largest branch of the brouhial plexus which descends in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles, winds around the humerus in the spiral groove, and passes to the elbow, where, after sending off muscular...
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Illustrated manual of operative surgery and surgical anatomy

Claude Bernard, Charles Huette, William Holme Van Buren, Charles Edward Isaacs - 1855 - 513 pages
...direction almost parallel with the humerus at the outer side of the posterior border of tlie axilla, in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles. As the knife passes in, the plane of its blade should form an angle of 35° with the axis of the shoulder,...
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Anatomy-- descriptive and surgical

Henry Gray - 1858 - 750 pages
...commencement, it is placed behind the axillary and upper part of the brachial arteries, passing down in front of the tendons of the Latissimus dorsi and Teres major. It winds round the humerus in the spiral groove with the superior profunda artery and vein, passing...
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Principles and practice of surgery

James Syme - 1858 - 908 pages
...acromio-coracoid triangle, the knife was plunged in at the outside posterior margin of the axilla above the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles, and carried across the shoulder, until the point of the blade had reached the lower surface of the acromion process....
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Outlines of a course of lectures on the principles and practise of surgery

Eli Geddings - 1858 - 560 pages
...then plunge in a double-edged knife, about eight inches long, on the posterior border of the axilla in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major, and parallel to the outer side of the humerus, the blade resting in such a position that its flat side...
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Electro-physiology and electro-therapeutics

Alfred Charles Garratt - Electricity in medicine - 1860 - 708 pages
...integument. The mvsculo-spiral nerve is the largest branch of the brachial plexus. It passes downward in front of the tendons of the latissimus dorsi and teres major muscles, then winds around the humérus in the spiral groove to the space between the brachiulis anticus and...
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Anatomy, descriptive and surgical

Henry Gray - 1867 - 784 pages
...commencement, it is placed behind the axillary and upper part of the brachial arteries, passing down in front of the tendons of the Latissimus dorsi and Teres major. It winds round Spiral r-fatcr the humerus in the spiral groove with the superior proftmda artery and...
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