Holden's Manual of the dissection of the human body

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P. Blakiston, 1893 - 803 pages

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Contents

The Exit of the Cranial Nerves
40
The Nerves in the Foramen Jugulare
42
Relations of the Nerves in the Sphenoidal Fissure
43
The Geniculate Ganglion of the Facial Nerve
44
DISSECTION OF The Face
45
Tendon of the Orbicularis Palpebrarum
49
Muscles of the Eye
52
The Lachrymal Apparatus
53
Tensor Tarsi
54
Superficial Muscles of Face and Neck
55
The Muscles of the Pharynx
58
The Branches of the External Carotid Artery
60
Dissection of Face showing Glands
62
Nerves of the Face
66
The Sensory Nerves of the Scalp and Face
67
DISSECTION OF THE ORBIT
68
The Nerves of the Orbit
69
The Thoracic Portion of the Sympathetic Nerve
70
View of the Orbit from above
71
Lachrymal Gland
72
Muscles of the Eye
73
View of the Optic and Lower Nerves of the Orbit
75
Diagram of the Nerves of the Orbit
78
Insertion of the Recti Muscles
79
DISSECTION OF THE NECK
81
The Superficial Nerves and Veins of the Neck
83
Cutaneous Nerves of the Neck
85
Bone
89
The Triangles of the Neck
90
Central Line of the Neck
96
Muscles of the Hyoid and Infrahyoid Regions
97
Relations of the Carotid Arteries
99
Central Line of Neck Course and Relations of Common Carotid Artery
102
Lymphatic Vessels Coming from the Glands of the Neck and Axilla
106
Digastric Triangle and Contents
109
Central Line of Neck Course and Relations of Common Carotid Artery
113
The Branches of the External Carotid Artery and their Branches
114
Gasserian Ganglion and Branches
116
Muscles Vessels and Nerves of the Tongue
118
Scalene Muscles
127
COURSE AND RELATIONS OF THE SUBCLAVIAN ARTERIES
128
The Heart and Large Vessels
129
Lymphatic Vessels Coming from the Glands of the Neck and Axilla
132
Branches of the Subclavian Artery
133
The Inosculations of the Subclavian Artery
137
The Formation of the Brachial Plexus and its Branches
139
THE MUSCLES OF MASTICATION TEMPORAL AND PTERYGOMAXILLARY
141
Dissection of Face Showing Glands
142
Temporal Muscle
144
Pterygoid Muscles and the Internal Maxillary Artery
146
BRANCHES OF THE INTERNAL MAXILLARY ARTERY IN THE THREE STAGES
148
Plan of the Internal Maxillary Artery
149
External Carotid Artery and its Branches
150
Gasserian Ganglion and Branches
152
Muscles of Tongue and Glottis
156
Origin and Distribution of the GlossoPharyngeal Pneumogastric and Spinal Accessory Nerves
161
The Communications of the Facial Glossopharyngeal Pneumogastric Spinal Accessory Hypoglossal Sympathetic and the two Upper Cer vical Nerves
165
DISSECTION OF THE THORAX
167
Form and Position of the Lungs
168
The Reflections of the Pleural Sacs
172
Showing Interpleural Space
174
Form and Position of the Lungs
175
Relative Position of the Heart and its Valves with regard to the Walls of the Chest
178
Relation of the Pericardium
180
Superior Vena Cava and its Tributaries
183
Course and Relations of the Arch and the Aorta
185
The Course of the Vena Azygos and the Thoracic Duct
191
Diagram of a Spinal Nerve
199
The Interior of the Right Auricle
206
The Relative Position of the Valves of the Heart seen from above
214
Ultimate Aircells of the Lung
223
View of the Constrictor Muscles from behind
229
Vertical Section of the Nasal Fossę and Mouth
236
Larynx Front View with the Ligaments and Insertion of Muscles
242
Diagram showing the Action of the Cricothyroid Muscle
248
Upper Surface of the Tongue with the Fauces and Tonsils
254
Communications of the Facial Glossopharyngeal Pneumogastric
260
Cartilages of the Nose
266
Transverse Section through the Abdomen to show the attachment
272
The Suboccipital Triangle
278
The Odontoid and Transverse Ligaments
287
The Ligaments connecting the Rib with the Vertebra
290
Transverse Section to show the Ligaments and the FibroCartilage of the Lower Jaw
291
DISSECTION OF THE UPPER EXTREMITY
293
Thoracic and Brachial Lymphatic Vessels emptying into the Axillary Lymphatic Glands
300
Muscles of the Anterior Part of the Thorax
301
Plan of the Branches of the Axillary Artery
304
The Brachial Plexus of Nerves
306
Muscles of the Back Superficial
309
Distribution of the Cutaneous Nerves to the front of the Shoulder and Arm
311
Superficial Veins and Nerves at the Bend of the Left Elbow
312
Anterior Muscles of the Arm
315
Plan of the Chief Branches of the Brachial Artery
319
Brachial Portion of MusculoCutaneous Median and Ulnar Nerves
322
Triceps Muscle
323
Superficial Muscles on the Anterior Surface of the Left Forearm
328
Flexor Muscles of the Fingers
330
Terminal Branches of the Radial Nerve
333
Deep Flexor of the Fingers
337
Diagram of the Superficial and Deep Palmar Arches
341
Cutaneous Nerves of the Back
351
The Superficial Muscles of the Back
353
Cutaneous Nerves of the Left Shoulder and Arm posterior view
359
Analysis of the Deltoid
360
Triceps Muscle
362
The Arteries of the Scapula
365
Superficial Extensors of the Forearm
370
Deep Extensors of the Forearm
375
The Anastomoses of the Arteries at the back of the Elbow and Wrist Joints
376
The Dorsal Interossei
379
The Sternoclavicular Ligaments
381
Anterior view of the Scapuloclavicular Ligaments and of the Shoulder joint
383
Ligaments of the Elbow joint
387
The Ligaments and Synovial Membranes of the Wristjoint
389
DISSECTION OF THE ABDOMEN
395
The Fascia Transversalis seen from the front
411
Varieties of Congenital Inguinal Hernię
418
Section to show the Ileocęcal Valve and Appendix Vermiformis
424
Relative Position of the Kidneys and the Large Intestine seen from behind
425
The Peritoneum
430
A Transverse Section through the Upper Part of the Abdominal Cavity
432
Branches of the Abdominal Aorta
435
The Branches of the Coeliac Axis
437
The Vena Portę
439
Plan of the Mesenteric Arteries and their Communications
440
The Diaphragm
446
The Diaphragm from its Upper Surface
447
The Course and Relations of the Abdominal Aorta and Vena Cava Inferior
450
Psoas Iliacus and Quadratus Lumborum Muscles
454
Plan of the Lumbar Plexus and Branches
460
The Relative Position of the Pelvic Viscera
464
Vertical Section through the Female Pelvic Viscera
466
DISSECTION OF THE ABDOMEN Continued PAGE
467
Muscles with Superficial Vessels and Nerves of the Perineum
471
The Accelerator Urinę in Profile
472
The Triangular Ligament of the Urethra
473
The Parts Behind the Anterior Layer of the Triangular Ligament
474
The Relations of the Compressor Urethrę
477
Bulb of the Vagina
482
Vertical Section through the Perineum and Pelvic Viscera
484
Transverse Section to show the Reflections of the Pelvic Fascia
485
Side View of the Pelvic Viscera
487
Posterior View of the Bladder
489
Plan of the Branches of the Internal Iliac Artery
495
View of the Abnormalities of the Obturator Artery
496
Plan of the Sacral Plexus and Branches
499
Bladder and Urethra exposed from the Upper Surface
501
Lower Part of the Human Bladder laid open
505
Side View of the Pelvic Viscera
507
Transverse Sections of the Urethra
508
Transverse Section through the Penis
511
Virgin Uterus
518
The Uterus the Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes
520
Section of an Ovary
523
The Under Surface of the Liver
525
Transverse Sections of Lobules of the Liver
527
Longitudinal Sections of Lobules of the Liver
528
Diagram of a Liver Lobule and Isolated Liver Cells
529
Diagram of a Transverse Section through the Lower Part of the Abdominal Cavity
531
Pancreas and Duodenum seen from behind
532
Section of the Kidney
538
The Course and Arrangement of the Uriniferous Tubules
540
Bloodvessels and Uriniferous Tubules of the Kidney Semidiagram matic
541
Bowmans Capsule and Glomerulus
542
Vertical Section of the Wall of the Human Stomach
546
Vertical Section of the Gastric Mucous Membrane
547
Vertical Section of the Duodenum
550
Injected Blood vessels of a Villus
551
Section of a Solitary Follicle of the Small Intestine
552
Section to show the Ileocęcal Valve
553
Longitudinal Section of the Large Intestine
554
DISSECTION OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY
557
Lymphatic Vessels and Glands of the Groin
559
Saphenous Opening with the Cribriform Fascia
561
Fascia on the Outside of the Thigh
563
The Femoral Ring and the Saphenous Opening
564
Position of Parts under the Crural Arch
567
The Sheath of the Femoral Vessels
568
View of the Abnormalities of the Obturator Artery
571
Scarpas Triangle
573
Internal Muscles of the Thigh
574
Adductor Magnus and Brevis
578
Anterior Muscles of the Thigh
581
Section through Hunters Canal
582
Plan of the Inosculations of the Circumflex Arteries
585
Nerves on the Anterior Part of the Thigh
586
Extensor Tendons of the Toes
594
Muscles of the Fibular Region
596
Gluteus Maximus Muscle
601
The Great Sciatic Nerve
603
Plan of the Sacral Plexus and Branches
605
Deep Muscles of the Gluteal Region
606
The Arteries of the Gluteal Region
607
Leſt Popliteal Space
610
Hamstring Muscles
613
Short Head of the Biceps and Semimembranosus Muscles
614
Diagram showing Action of the Hamstring Muscles
616
Muscles of the Calf
618
Diagram showing Action of the Gastrocnemius
621
Popliteal and Posterior Tibial Arteries
622
Deep Muscles on the Back of the Leg
623
Anterior Muscles of the Leg 591
625
Superficial Muscles of the Sole of the Foot
628
Muscles Vessels and Nerves of the Sole of the Right Foot
629
Plantar Arteries
631
View of the Third Layer of the Muscles of the Foot
633
Ligaments of the Pelvis and Hipjoint
637
Vertical Section through the Hip
640
The Semilunar Cartilages and Lateral Ligaments of the Knee
643
Posterior View of the Ligaments of the Knee joint
644
Ligaments of Anklejoint
649
Calcaneoscaphoid Ligament
651
Interosseous Ligaments of the Wedge Bones
653
The Articulations of the Tarsus and the Tarsometįtarsus
654
DISSECTION OF THE BRAIN
655
The Front Surface of the Medulla Oblongata
661
The Fourth Ventricle and the Restiform Bodies
663
The Course of the Fibres through the Medulla Oblongata
665
Convolutions and Fissures of the External Surface of the Brain
670
Convolutions of the Upper Surface of the Brain
671
Convolutions of the Base of the Cerebrum
673
Convolutions and Fissures of the Median and Tentorial Surfaces of Right Hemisphere
675
273
686
281
695
DISSECTION OF THE EYE
719
DISSECTION OF THE ORGAN OF HEARING
739
DISSECTION OF THE MAMMARY GLAND
757
INDEX
771
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