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Page 612 - A Text-Book of Human Anatomy, Systematic and Topographical, including the Embryology, Histology, and Morphology of Man, with Special Reference to the Requirements of Practical Surgery and Medicine. By Alexander Macalister, MD
Page 527 - women, and discussed the correctness of Hyrtl's statement, that it is hardly possible to err in determining the sex of this bone, and that " the manubrium of the female sternum exceeds half the length of the body, while the body in the male sternum is, at least, twice as long as the manubrium.
Page 50 - The vertebral column of the Gorilla, as a whole, differs from that of Man in the less marked character of its curves, especially in the slighter convexity of the lumbar region. Nevertheless the curves are present, and are quite obvious in
Page 272 - In this address he stated that protoplasm, simple or nucleated, is the formal basis of all life, and that all living forms are fundamentally of one character. His views, therefore, had undergone some modification
Page 2 - from it in nature. This second fold gives rise to the amnion, and is limited entirely to the somatopleure. Rising up as a semilunar fold, with its concavity directed towards the embryo
Page 254 - is much the same thing as to its Conformation, which the Froth of Beer or Eggs is as a fluid, or a piece of fine Manchet as a fixed body." These cells are so small as scarcely
Page 266 - says—"For the first consistent account of the development of cells from a parent centre, and more especially of the appearance of new centres within the original sphere, we are indebted to the researches of Dr Martin Barry.
Page 614 - of Speech, and the Localisation of the Faculty of Articulate Language. By Frederic Bateman, MD, FRCP, Senior Physician to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital,
Page 423 - A CASE OF MALFORMATION OF THE HEART, WITH LARGE DEFICIENCY IN THE INTERAURICULAR SEPTUM, PATENCY OF THE FORAMEN OVALE AND STENOSIS OF THE AORTIC ORIFICE.