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Absorbent Vessels Acid Anatomy Annular Protuberance apex appearance Arachnoid Membrane arise Artery Auricle backwards Bloodvessels Body Brain Proper branches called cavity Cellular Substance Central Fissure Central Mass Cerebellum Cervical Coat colour Commissure concave consists convex Convolutions Corpus Callosum Corpus Striatum Cuticle denominated described diameter divided Dura Mater eighth External Fasciculi fibres Filaments Foetus Fornix forwards Fossa Furrow Gland Hair half an inch Hemisphere Hippocampus inch thick inclined Inferior injected inner Lamina Longitudinal lower surface Lumbar Nerves margin Median Fissure Median Line Middle Lobe Nerves Nervous Matter observations Optici Orange-White Matter Orifice outer surface outwards Peduncle perforates the Arachnoid Pia Mater Pineal Gland portion posterior extremity quarter ridge Right Auricle Roots runs seen Septum Serous Serous Membrane side smooth Spinal Cord stratum Synonyms Ternary Strata Texture Thalamus Thalamus Opticus thin tion True Skin trunks upper surface Veins Ventricle Vermiform Process Vieussenian Valve wards White Matter whole
Page 170 - It appears, therefore, that the brain proper increases rather more in length and breadth during the six months immediately preceding birth, than during the first seven years after birth ; that these dimensions arrive at their maximum at the age of seven ; and that they suffer no change during the whole of after-life.
Page 172 - The weight of the whole brain arrives, most commonly, at its maximum at the age of three years, and remains without diminution the whole of after life.
Page 177 - Place a small piece of bright copper, about half an inch long and a quarter of an inch broad, in a solution of any salt of mercury...
Page 242 - I have not been able to find any light-colored rete mucosum, corresponding to this black one, in the inhabitants of Great Britain, nor in those of other nations resembling them in color. I have tried all the means usually said to be necessary for discovering it, and many others besides, but always without success: I am, therefore, disposed to deny the existence of any such membrane in white persons "f * RF.ES'S " Cycloptedia,
Page 144 - When full-grown, the worm measures over half an inch in length and about a quarter of an. inch in diameter.
Page 13 - Swedish anatomist, almost simultaneously depores are seen in the region of the nose ; and the superior extremities seem divided into the arm and fore-arm. 21. In an embryo of eight weeks a small pore is discoverable by the microscope in the region of each auricle ; a shoulder, arm, fore-arm, and hand, with five small tubercles in the situation of the fingers, can be easily distinguished with the naked eye; and, in the lower extremities, parts can be seen corresponding to the thigh, leg, and foot;...
Page 264 - An Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human Body. Translated from the French original by G.
Page 87 - Two obftacles of the fame height, but of a different fhape, each making an inclined plane of three quarters of an inch long, and a quarter of an inch high, were fubftituted in the place of the former, and it required but two pounds to overcome their refiftance.