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angle anteriorly apex arch arises artery articular ascends attached backward band body bone branches canal capsule cervical clavicle concave condyle convex coracoid process cord costal cartilage curved cutaneous descends divides dorsal downward external facet femoral femoral sheath fibres fissure Flexor fold foramen fossa front ganglion gland groove humerus iliac iliac crest inch inferior inner side Insertion internal interosseous joins joint jugular foramen lamina lateral layer lies ligament lobe lower border lumbar margin maxilla membrane mesial metacarpal metatarsal middle muscles muscular nasal neck nerve notch oblique obturator occipital orbital orifice outer side outward parietal pelvic peritoneum petrous petrous bone pierces plexus posterior border posteriorly Poupart's ligament Psoas Rectus ridge root runs upward sacral Scarpa's triangle sciatic septum sheath sinus sphenoid sphenoidal fissure spine superficial superior supplies surface synovial synovial membrane tendon terior thoracic tibial transverse processes triangular tubercle tuberosity upper border vein vena vertebra vertical wall
第 301 頁 - The external saphenous nerve supplies cutaneous branches to the outer side and back of the lower third of the leg, the ankle and heel, and the outer side of the foot and little toe, as well as articular branches to the ankle and tarsal joints.
第 67 頁 - The brachial plexus is formed by the anterior primary divisions of the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth cervical, and first thoracic nerves, which join and then subdivide according to a constant plan.
第 206 頁 - Arteries (arteriae iliacae communes). — The two terminal branches of the aorta should next be examined. They arise upon the left side of the body of the fourth lumbar vertebra, and, diverging from each other, proceed downwards and outwards upon the vertebral column. After a course of about two inches, each vessel ends opposite the lumbo-sacral articulation by dividing into the external and internal iliac arteries; of these the former is the larger of the two, and appears to be...
第 219 頁 - It is oblique in its direction, being attached to the posterior wall, from the left side of the second lumbar vertebra to the right iliac fossa.
第 212 頁 - ... lumbar veins join the inferior vena cava, and those of the left side pass behind the aorta. Vena Cava Inferior. — This is the large vein which collects, by means of its tributaries, the venous blood from the lower limbs, the abdominal viscera, and a great part of the abdominal parietes. It is formed on the right side of the body of the fifth lumbar vertebra by the union of the two common iliac veins. As it ascends, it lies in the first place upon the vertebral column, close to the right side...
第 116 頁 - The foramen quadratum, in the right lobe of the central tendon, transmits the inferior vena cava and branches of the right phrenic nerve.
第 82 頁 - Upon the upper surface of the atlas it again changes its direction and proceeds backwards, behind the lateral mass, in a groove on the upper surface of the posterior arch of that bone.
第 173 頁 - Each ends in a tendon which is directed downwards behind the deep transverse metacarpal ligament, to be inserted into the dorsal expansion of the extensor tendon, the capsule of the metacarpo-phalangeal articulation, and the side of the first phalanx of the...