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HISTOLOGY.- PART I.
IV. MUSCULAR TISSUES.
V. TISSUES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. III. CONNECTIVE TISSUES.
HISTOLOGY. – PART II. VI. PREPARATION OF THE COMPOUND
XI. SKIN, CUTANEOUS GLANDS, AND TISSUES.
GENITO-URINARY APPARATUS. VII. VASCULAR SYSTEM.
XII. ORGANS OF SPECIAL Sense. VIII. LYMPHATIC SYSTEM.
XIII. EMBRYOLOGY. IX. ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
XIV. APPENDIX.-STUDY OF INFLAMED X. ORGANS OF DIGESTION.
XVIII. ANIMAL HEAT. PHYSIOLOGY.- PART II. FUNCTIONS OF MUSCLE AND NERVE. XIX. GENERAL DIRECTIONS.
XXVIII. STIMULATION OF NERVES. XX. GENERAL PROPERTIES OF MUSCLE
XXIX. PHENOMENA ACCOMPANYING AT REST.
A NervouS IMPULSE. XXI. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON
XXX. VARIOUS FORMS OF STIMULATHE STIMULATION OF NERVE
TION OF MUSCLE AND AND MUSCLE.
Nerve. XXII. PHENOMENA AND LAWS OF MUS
XXXI. URARI POISONING AND INDECULAR CONTRACTION.
PENDENT MUSCULAR IRRIXXIII. THE WAVE OF MUSCULAR CON
XXXII. THE FUNCTIONS OF THE XXIV. TETANUS.
ROOTS OF SPINAL NERVES.
TAIN PARTS OF THE ENCE-
PHYSIOLOGY.- PART III. DIGESTION AND SECRETION. XXXV. ALBUMINOUS COMPOUNDS.
XXXVIII. THE SECRETIONS. XXXVI. CHEMISTRY OF THE TISSUES.
XXXIX. APPENDIX. NOTES ON MAXXXVII. DIGESTION.
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Histology. 208 Illustrations.
An Introduction to the Study of Pathological Anatomy. By Dr. EDWARD
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“ Testicles. Spleen and Lymphatic Glands.
“ Mamma. 2. Anomalies of the Circulatory Appa
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“ Thyroid Gland. 4. " the Skia.
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" Osseous System. 7. 00 " Liver.
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“ Muscular System. Index and Bibliography. Containing 208 Elaborately Executed Microscopical Illustrations.
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