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aorta aortic arch apex artery arteria ascending attached auricle auricular backwards body brain branches bronchus canal cardiac cardiac plexus cavity cervical nerves connection cord costal cartilages cranial deep surface diaphragm dissection Dissection.—The dissector dorsal vertebra dura mater external facial facial nerve fascia fibres fibrous fissure foramen forwards fossa front frontal ganglion gland groove heart hyoid hyoid bone inferior inner intercostal muscles internal intercostal muscles jugular laryngeal lateral layer left side lies ligament lobe lumbar lung margin mastoid maxillary mediastinal mediastinum mesial plane middle mucous membrane muscular nasal neck nerve-roots oblique occipital bone opening optic orbital outer outwards passes pericardium pharynx phrenic nerve pleura plexus pneumogastric portion posterior aspect pulmonary artery right side root seen septum sinus spinal sterno-mastoid sternum subclavian sulcus superficial superior vena cava takes origin temporal temporal bone thoracic thyroid trachea transverse processes twigs upwards vena azygos ventricle ventricular vessels wall whilst
第 657 頁 - Edited by Louis Starr, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia.
第 655 頁 - The Principles and Practice of Medicine, designed for the use of practitioners and students of medicine, by William Osler, MD, Fellow of the Royal Society ; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London; Professor of Medicine in the Johns Hopkins University and Physician-in-Chief...
第 229 頁 - The thoracic duct on the left side, and the right lymphatic duct on the right side.
第 658 頁 - THE PATHOLOGY and TREATMENT of VENEREAL DISEASES. By ROBERT W. TAYLOR, MD, Clinical Professor of Venereal Diseases at the College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia College) New York ; Surgeon to Bellevue Hospital ; and Consulting Surgeon to the City (Charity) Hospital, New York.
第 439 頁 - The larynx is placed in the upper and fore part of the neck, where it forms a marked projection. It lies below the hyoid bone and tongue, whilst inferiorly it is directly continuous with the trachea.
第 96 頁 - Column. immediately above also, as a rule, takes a considerable share in the formation of its socket. The articulations between the heads of the ribs and the bodies of the vertebrae are termed the capitular joints (articulationes capitulorum). But the vertebral extremities of the ribs present another series of articulations. The upper ten ribs, by means of their tubercles, rest upon and articulate with the extremities of the transverse processes of the corresponding dorsal vertebrae.
第 647 頁 - ATLAS of the DISEASES of the SKIN. By H. RADCLIFFE CROCKER, MD, FRCP, Physician to the Department for Diseases of the Skin, University College Hospital, London. In 16 Fasciculi, containing 96 plates, exhibiting 238 Figures in colours from Original Drawings specially prepared for the work, with Descriptive Letterpress. Price 21s. each nett. Or in Two large handsome Folio Volumes, Half Morocco, gilt tops. Price £18, 18s. nett. (1897.) »*» Subseribers' Names can be received for the Parts.
第 374 頁 - The rectus capitis anterior major arises from the anterior tubercles of the transverse processes of the third, fourth, fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae...