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第 403 頁 - JOMINI.— THE ART OF WAR. By Baron de Jomini, General and Aide-de-Camp to the Emperor of Russia. A New Edition, with Appendices and Maps, Translated from the French. By Captain GH Mendell, and Captain WO Craighill. Crown 8vo, pp. 410, cloth. 1879. 9s.
第 390 頁 - ... round the outer side of the carpus, beneath the extensor tendons of the thumb, to the upper end of the space between the metacarpal bones of the thumb and index finger, and, finally, passes forward, between the two heads of the First dorsal interosseous muscle, into the palm of the hand, where it crosses the metacarpal bones to the ulnar border of the hand, to form the deep palmar arch. At its termination it inosculates with the deep branch of the ulnar artery.
第 259 頁 - ... of an hepatic vein, and of minute arteries ; nerves and absorbents, it is to be presumed, also- enter into their formation, but cannot be traced into them.
第 405 頁 - The Light Artillery Board assembled by Special Orders No. 134, of 1856, and Special Orders No. 116, of 1858, has the honor to submit a revised system of Light Artillery Tactics and Regulations recommended for that arm. WM. H. FRENCH, Bt. Major, Captain First Artillery.
第 221 頁 - ... to the interval between the internal condyle of the humerus and the olecranon process of the ulna, where, between the heads of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle...
第 284 頁 - It is from an inch and a half to two inches in length, runs downward and inward, and extends from the internal abdominal ring to the external abdominal ring.
第 323 頁 - Its course corresponds to a line drawn from a point midway between the anterior superior spine of the ilium and the symphysis pubis, to the inner side of the inner condyle of the femur.
第 287 頁 - Surgery," p. 55. tion, so that there will be no fear whatever of including this duct within the ligature. In order to arrive at the internal iliac artery, an incision should be made in the direction of a line extending from the umbilicus to midway between the spine of the pubis and the anterior superior spine of the ilium. This incision should commence at the outer edge of the rectus muscle, and terminate about an inch above Poupart's ligament, in order to avoid the spermatic cord. The different...
第 343 頁 - Bellingham another in St. Vincent's Hospital It would appear that this plan of treatment has been too hastily abandoned by the profession, probably from the compression employed being so excessive as to render it quite insupportable to the patient. The least possible pressure, which may be sufficient to close the vessel, should be used, and when this cannot be sustained, it will prove of use to partially compress the artery so as to lessen the impulse of the circulation."* At a meeting of the Surgical...
第 401 頁 - To which is added, the Basis of Instruction for the US Cavalry, from the authorized Tactics, — including the formation of regiments and squadrons, the duties and posts of officers, lessons in the training and use of the horse, — illustrated by numerous diagrams, with the signals and calls now in use ; also, instructions for officers and non-commissioned officers on outpost and patrol duty. With a drill for the use of cavalry as skirmishers, mounted and dismounted.