Anatomy of the arteries of the human body, with the descriptive anatomy of the heart


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第 225 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 262 頁 - and coccygeus muscles, and periosteum of the coccyx, and anastomoses with the anterior spinal and with the middle and lateral sacral arteries. The Comes Nervi Ischiatici at first descends along the internal margin of the great sciatic nerve, and then penetrates its substance. Boyer found this branch as large as the radial at the wrist, in a subject that Dessault had operated on eight months before for popliteal aneurism. I have found it in a young child fully as large ; and when it had reached the...
第 255 頁 - 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 muscular layers composing the anterior wall of the abdomen being successively divided, the transversalis fascia...
第 68 頁 - ... distance between the angle of the mandible and the condyloid process. Variations of facial nerve branching and anastomosis are common. The submaxillary gland is about one-fourth the size of the parotid gland. It extends from the lower border of the mandible to the hyoid bone. It is also in relation to the posterior belly of the digastric muscle, the stylohyoid muscle, and the mylohyoid muscle.
第 253 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 313 頁 - Hospital, and Dr. 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...
第 294 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 260 頁 - ... the finger, to prevent any further effusion, while that which had been just poured out was removed by the sponge. It was obviously the trunk of the gluteal artery, just as it debouches from the ischiatic notch, which had been wounded. I endeavoured, but in vain, to secure the artery by means of the tenaculum.
第 138 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 95 頁 - Bi,ccal artery runs tortuously, downwards, forwards and outwards, between the two pterygoid muscles, and in company with the buccal nerve. Having arrived at the anterior margin of the ramus of the inferior maxillary bone, it penetrates the cheek and divides into a number of branches which are distributed to the platysma myoides, buccinator and zygomatic muscles, and also to the integuments of the cheek, and to its mucous membrane and follicles. It anastomoses with the facial, infraorbital, and transversalis...