Anatomical and physiological observations. Pt. I / by John Struthers.
- Struthers, John, 1823-1899.
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Edinburgh : Sutherland and Knox, 1854.
viii, 239 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: I. On the supra-condyloid process - II. On the oblique muscles of the eye in man and vertebrate animals - III. On double stomach in man - IV. On the nerves of the orbit - V. On open foramen ovale and the foetal heart - VI. Case in which the pulmonary artery gave origin to the descending aorta and left subclavian - VII. Anatomical inquiry into the mode of action of local blood-letting - VIII. Dissection in a case of paralysis of the common motor oculi nerve - IX. Description of an Esquimaux female pelvis - X. On the semilunar valves of the heart - XI. On rudimentary ribs - XII. On branches from the fifth pair of nerves to the muscles of the eye - XIII. On diverticula from the small intestine - XIV. On various points in anatomy, considered in a review - XV. On the abnormal anatomy of the arm - XVI. On the fascia of Scarpa
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