A Treatise on human physiology

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H.C. Lea, 1871 - 696 pagina's
 

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Oleaginous principles of human fat
73
Human adipose tissue
74
Chyle
75
Globules of cows milk
76
Hepatic cells
77
Uriniferous tubules of dog 15 Muscular fibres of human uterus
78
Heart of frog in contraction
87
CHAPTER V
91
Artery in pulsation
93
CHAPTER VI
102
Alimentary canal of fowl
104
Compound stomach of ox From Rymer Jones
105
Human alimentary canal
106
Skull of rattlesnake From AchilleRichard
108
Skull of polar bear
109
Molar tooth of the horse 199
110
Buccal and glandular epithelium deposited from saliva
111
Gastric mucous membrane viewed from above
120
Mucous membrane of pigs stomach
121
Gastric tubules from pigs stomach middle portion
122
Confervoid vegetable growing in gastric juice
128
Follicles of Lieberkühn
140
Contents of stomach during digestion of meat
146
From middle of small intestine
147
CHAPTER VII
149
Extremity of intestinal villus
150
Panizzas experiment on absorption by bloodvessels
152
Chyle from commencement of thoracic duct
154
Intestinal epithelium in intervals of digestion
155
Lacteals thoracic duct c
157
Lacteals and Lymphatics
158
THE BILE
161
Cholesterin
163
Oxbile crystallized
164
Glykocholate and taurocholate of soda from oxbile
165
Dogs bile crystallized
168
Human bile showing crystalline and resinous matters
169
Crystalline and resinous biliary substances from dogs intestine
175
Duodenal fistula
177
FORMATION OF SUGAR IN THE LIVER
186
Comminuting machine
193
Cylinders of comminuting machine in profile
194
CHAPTER X
200
Human bloodglobules
206
The same seen within the focus
207
The same swollen by addition of water
209
Bloodglobules of frog
211
White globules of the blood
212
Coagulated fibrin
215
Coagulated blood
218
Coagulated blood after separation of clot and serum
219
Respiratory apparatus of aquatic and airbreathing animalsStructure
225
Head and gills of menobranchus
226
Lung of frog
227
Human larynx trachea bronchi and lungs
228
Diagram illustrating the respiratory movements
230
Small bronchial tube
232
Human larynx with glottis closed
233
Human larynx posterior view
234
ANIMAL HEAT
247
CHAPTER XIV
259
Circulation of fish
260
Circulation of reptiles
261
Circulation mammalians
262
Human heart anterior view
263
Right auricle and ventricle tricuspid valve closed arterial valves open
264
Course of blood through the heart
265
Illustrating production of valvular sounds
268
Heart of frog in relaxation
271
94 Curves of pulsation in an elastic tube
280
Volkmanns apparatus
287
Vein with valves open
293
Diagram of the circulation
307
CHAPTER XV
309
CHAPTER XVI
326
Follicles of a compound mucous glandule
329
Glandular structure of mamma
336
Lobule of liver
342
Nature of excretionExcrementitious substancesEffect of their retention
345
Creatinine
352
SECTION II
371
Nervous filaments from sciatic nerve
374
Terminal corpuscle of sensitive nerve
380
Nervous system of starfish
386
Cerebrospinal system of map
390
Spinal cord
391
CHAPTER III
410
Diagram of spinal cord and nerves
415
Spinal cord in vertical section
423
Experiment showing effect of poisons upon nerves
425
Seat of sensibility and excitability in different parts of the encephalonOlfac
430
Pigeon after removal of the hemispheres
435
Aztec children
439
Brain in situ
441
Transverse section of brain
442
Pigeon after removal of the cerebellum
444
Brain of healthy pigeon in profile
446
Inferior surface of brain of cod
450
Course of optic nerves in man
451
CHAPTER V
459
Distribution of fifth nerve upon the face
465
Facial nerve
470
Pneumogastric nerve
475
CHAPTER VI
492
Diagram of tongue
493
Distribution of nerves in the nasal passages
503
Vertical section of eyeball
507
Dispersion of rays of light
509
Action of lens when too convex
510
Vision for distant objects
511
Refraction of lateral rays
514
Skull as seen by left eye
517
Human auditory apparatus
522
CHAPTER VII
529
Great sympathetic
530
Cat after division of sympathetic in the neck
535
ON THE NATURE OF REPRODUCTION AND THE ORIGIN OF PLANTS
543
Different kinds of infusoria
548
Trichina spiralis
553
Tania
556
CHAPTER II
558
Single articulation of Tænia crassicollis
559
Human ovum
562
FIG PAGE 187 Human ovum ruptured by pressure
563
Female generative organs of frog
565
Mature frogs eggs
566
Female generative organs of fowl
569
191 Fowls egg 570
572
CHAPTER IV
574
Spermatozoa
575
ON PERIODICAL OVULATION AND THE FUNCTION OF MENSTRUATION
583
195 Graafian follicle
588
CHAPTER VI
596
Graafian follicle ruptured and filled with blood
597
Corpus luteum three weeks after menstruation
598
Corpus luteum four weeks after menstruation
599
Corpus luteum of pregnancy at end of second month
602
CHAPTER VII
606
Segmentation of the vitellus
607
Impregnated egg showing embryonic spot
610
Impregnated egg showing two layers of blastodermic membrane
611
Frogs egg at an early period
612
Tadpole fully developed
613
Tadpole changing into frog
614
CHAPTER VIII
616
Young fish with umbilical vesicle
617
AMNION AND ALLANTOISDEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK
619
Fecundated egg showing formation of amnion
620
Fecundated egg showing commencement of allantois
621
Fecundated egg with allantois fully formed
622
Egg of fowl showing area vasculosa
623
Egg of fowl showing allantois amnion c
624
CHAPTER X
628
Compound villosity of human chorion
630
Extremity of villosity of chorion
631
Human ovum at end of third month
632
CHAPTER XI
634
Uterine tubules
635
Impregnated uterus showing formation of decidua
637
Impregnated uterus showing union of chorion and decidua c
639
Pregnant uterus showing formation of placenta
640
CHAPTER XII
641
Fætal pig with membranes
642
Extremity of foetal tuft human placenta
644
Nourishment of fætus by maternal and fætal vesselsArrangement of
648
Enlargement of amniotic cavityContact of amnion and chorionAmniotic
650
CHAPTER XIV
657
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALIMENTARY CANAL AND ITS APPENDAGES
664
CHAPTER XVI
675
DEVELOPMENT OF THE CIRCULATORY APPARATUS
685
DEVELOPMENT OF THE BODY AFTER BIRTH
707
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