Elements of general and pathological anatomy

Lindsay and Blakiston, 1851 - 1072 頁

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第 2 頁 - A Systeme of Anatomy : treating of the Body of Man, Beasts, Birds, Fish, Insects, and Plants.
第 177 頁 - The tumour is a congeries of active vessels i and the cellular substance through which these vessels are expanded resembles the cellular part of the penis, the gills of a turkey cock, or the substances of the placenta, spleen, or womb.
第 683 頁 - A description of the peritonaeum, and of that part of the membrana cellularis which lies on its outside. With an account of the true situation of all the abdominal viscera, in respect of these two membranes.
第 103 頁 - The mouth of the artery being no longer pervious, nor a collateral branch very near it, the blood just within it is at rest, coagulates, and forms, in general, a slender conical coagulum, which neither...
第 497 頁 - After these two are removed, we come to, as is commonly thought, the surface of the skin itself. When a blister has been applied to the skin of a negro, if it has not been very stimulating, in twelve hours after, a thin, transparent, grayish membrane is raised, under which we find a fluid. This membrane is the cuticle or scurf-skin. When this, with the fluid, is removed, the surface under them appears black; but if the blister had been very stimulating...
第 792 頁 - Malpighiaii bodies are placed in every possible direction, it often happens that a thin section, parallel to the neck of the tube, cannot at once be obtained ; but with perseverance this may always be done. The capsule is then seen to pass off into the basement membrane of the tube, as the body of a Florence flask into its neck.
第 780 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 809 頁 - It takes its origin from the vesical artery, close to the commencement of the ligamentous remains of the umbilical artery :" near the inferior fundus of the bladder it "divides into two sets of branches, one set descending to the vesicula seminalis and to the termination of the vas deferens ; the other ascending upon the vas deferens, runs in a serpentine direction upon the coat of that vessel, passing through the whole length of the spermatic cord ; and when it reaches the cauda epididymis, it divides...
第 126 頁 - Transactions of a Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chirurgical Knowledge.
第 792 頁 - The vessels resulting from these subdivisions are capillary in size, and consist of a simple, homogeneous, and transparent membrane. They dip into its interior at different points, and after further twisting, reunite into a single small vessel, which varies in its size, being generally smaller, but in some situations larger than the terminal twig of the artery. This vessel emerges between two of the primary divisions of the terminal twig of the artery, perforating the capsule close to that vessel,...