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Anatomy of the Human Body
The Bartleby.com edition of Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravings - many in color - from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.
Bibliographic Record | Preface | Illustrations | Subject Index
THOROUGHLY REVISED AND RE-EDITED BY WARREN H. LEWIS
ILLUSTRATED WITH 1247 ENGRAVINGS
PHILADELPHIA: LEA & FEBIGER, 1918
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
I. Embryology | The Animal Cell | The Ovum | The Spermatozoön | Fertilization of the Ovum | Segmentation of the Fertilized Ovum | The Neural Groove and Tube | The Notochord | The Primitive Segments | Separation of the Embryo | The Yolk-sac | Development of the Fetal Membranes and Placenta | The Branchial Region | Development of the Body Cavities | The Form of the Embryo at Different Stages of Its Growth | Bibliography | | II. Osteology | Introduction | Bone | The Vertebral Column | a. General Characteristics of a Vertebra | The Cervical Vertebræ | The Thoracic Vertebræ | The Lumbar Vertebræ | The Sacral and Coccygeal Vertebræ | b. The Vertebral Column as a Whole | The Thorax | a. The Sternum | b. The Ribs | c. The Costal Cartilages | The Skull | a. The Cranial Bones | The Occipital Bone | The Parietal Bone | The Frontal Bone | The Temporal Bone | The Sphenoid Bone | Ethmoid bone | b. The Facial Bones | The Nasal Bones | The Maxillæ (Upper Jaw) | The Lacrimal Bone | The Zygomatic Bone | The Palatine Bone | The Inferior Nasal Concha | The Vomer | The Mandible (Lower Jaw) | The Hyoid Bone | c. The Exterior of the Skull | d. The Interior of the Skull | The Extremities | a. The Bones of the Upper Extremity | The Clavicle | The Scapula | The Humerus | The Ulna | The Radius | b. The Hand | The Carpus | The Metacarpus | The Phalanges of the Hand | c. The Bones of the Lower Extremity | The Hip Bone | The Pelvis | The Femur | The Patella | The Tibia | The Fibula | d. The Foot | The Tarsus | The Metatarsus | The Phalanges of the Foot | Comparison of the Bones of the Hand and Foot | The Sesamoid Bones | | III. Syndesmology | Introduction | Development of the Joints | Classification of Joints | The Kind of Movement Admitted in Joints | Articulations of the Trunk | a. Articulations of the Vertebral Column | b. Articulation of the Atlas with the Epistropheus or Axis | c. Articulations of the Vertebral Column with the Cranium | d. Articulation of the Mandible | e. Costovertebral Articulations | f. Sternocostal Articulations | g. Articulation of the Manubrium and Body of the Sternum | h. Articulation of the Vertebral Column with the Pelvis | i. Articulations of the Pelvis | Articulations of the Upper Extremity | a. Sternoclavicular Articulation | b. Acromioclavicular Articulation | c. Humeral Articulation or Shoulder-joint | d. Elbow-joint | e. Radioulnar Articulation | f. Radiocarpal Articulation or Wrist-joint | g. Intercarpal Articulations | h. Carpometacarpal Articulations | i. Intermetacarpal Articulations | j. Metacarpophalangeal Articulations | k. Articulations of the Digits | Articulations of the Lower Extremity | a. Coxal Articulation or Hip-joint | b. The Knee-joint | c. Articulations between the Tibia and Fibula | d. Talocrural Articulation or Ankle-joint | e. Intertarsal Articulations | f. Tarsometatarsal Articulations | g. Intermetatarsal Articulations | h. Metatarsophalangeal Articulations | i. Articulations of the Digits | j. Arches of the Foot | | IV. Myology | Mechanics of Muscle | Development of the Muscles | Tendons, Aponeuroses, and Fasciæ | The Fasciæ and Muscles of the Head. | a. The Muscles of the Scalp | b. The Muscles of the Eyelid | c. The Muscles of the Nose | d. The Muscles of the Mouth | e. The Muscles of Mastication | The Fasciæ and Muscles of the Anterolateral Region of the Neck | a. The Superficial Cervical Muscle | b. The Lateral Cervical Muscles | c. The Supra- and Infrahyoid Muscles | d. The Anterior Vertebral Muscles | e. The Lateral Vertebral Muscles | The Fasciæ and Muscles of the Trunk | a. The Deep Muscles of the Back | b. The Suboccipital Muscles | c. The Muscles of the Thorax | d. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Abdomen | e. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Pelvis | f. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Perineum | The Fascia and Muscles of the Upper Extremity | a. The Muscles Connecting the Upper Extremity to the Vertebral Column | b. The Muscles Connecting the Upper Extremity to the Anterior and Lateral Thoracic Walls | c. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Shoulder | d. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Arm | e. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Forearm | f. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Hand | The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Lower Extremity. | a. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Iliac Region | b. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Thigh | c. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Leg | d. The Fasciæ Around the Ankle | e. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Foot | Bibliography | | V. Angiology | Introduction | The Blood | Development of the Vascular System | The Thoracic Cavity | a. The Pericardium | b. The Heart | c. Peculiarities in the Vascular System in the Fetus | Bibliography | | VI. The Arteries | Introduction | The Aorta | The Arteries of the Head and Neck | a. The Common Carotid Artery | Relations | The External Carotid Artery | The Triangles of the Neck | The Internal Carotid Artery | b. The Arteries of the Brain | The Arteries of the Upper Extremity | a. The Subclavian Artery | b. The Axilla | The Axillary Artery | The Brachial Artery | The Radial Artery | The Ulnar Artery | The Arteries of the Trunk | a. The Descending Aorta | The Thoracic Aorta | The Abdominal Aorta | b. The Common Iliac Arteries | The Hypogastric Artery | The External Iliac Artery | The Arteries of the Lower Extremity | a. The Femoral Artery | b. The Popliteal Fossa | c. The Popliteal Artery | d. The Anterior Tibial Artery | e. The Arteria Dorsalis Pedis | f. The Posterior Tibial Artery | Bibliography | | VII. The Veins | Introduction | The Pulmonary Veins | The Systemic Veins | a. The Veins of the Heart | b. The Veins of the Head and Neck | The Veins of the Exterior of the Head and Face | The Veins of the Neck | The Diploic Veins | The Veins of the Brain | The Sinuses of the Dura Mater. Ophthalmic Veins and Emissary Veins | c. The Veins of the Upper Extremity and Thorax | d. The Veins of the Lower Extremity, Abdomen, and Pelvis | The Portal System of Veins | | VIII. The Lymphatic System | Introduction | The Thoractic Duct | The Lymphatics of the Head, Face, and Neck | The Lymphatics of the Upper Extremity | The Lymphatics of the Lower Extremity | The Lymphatics of the Abdomen and Pelvis | The Lymphatic Vessels of the Thorax | Bibliography | | IX. Neurology | Structure of the Nervous System | Development of the Nervous System | The Brain or Encephalon | a. The Hind-brain or Rhombencephalon | b. The Mid-brain or Mesencephalon | c. The Fore-brain or Prosencephalon | d. Composition and Central Connections of the Spinal Nerves | e. Composition and Central Connections of the Spinal Nerves | f. Pathways from the Brain to the Spinal Cord | h. The Cerebrospinal Fluid | The Cranial Nerves | a. The Olfactory Nerves | b. The Optic Nerve | c. The Oculomotor Nerve | d. The Trochlear Nerve | e. The Trigeminal Nerve | f. The Abducent Nerve | g. The Facial Nerve | h. The Acoustic Nerve | i. The Glossopharyngeal Nerve | j. The Vagus Nerve | k. The Accessory Nerve | l. The Hypoglossal Nerve | The Spinal Nerves | a. The Posterior Divisions | b. The Anterior Divisions | c. The Thoracic Nerves | d. The Lumbosacral Plexus | e. The Sacral and Coccygeal Nerves | The Sympathetic Nerves | a. The Cephalic Portion of the Sympathetic System | b. The Cervical Portion of the Sympathetic System | c. The Thoracic Portion of the Sympathetic System | d. The Abdominal Portion of the Sympathetic System | e. The Pelvic Portion of the Sympathetic System | f. The Great Plexuses of the Sympathetic System | Bibliography | | X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument | The Peripheral Organs of the Special Senses | a. The Organs of Taste | b. The Organ of Smell | c. The Organ of Sight | The Tunics of the Eye | The Refracting Media | The Accessory Organs of the Eye | d. The Organ of Hearing | The External Ear | The Middle Ear or Tympanic Cavity | The Auditory Ossicles | e. Peripheral Terminations of Nerves of General Sensations | The Common Integument | | XI. Splanchnology | The Respiratory Apparatus | a. The Larynx | b. The Trachea and Bronchi | c. The Pleuræ | d. The Mediastinum | e. The Lungs | The Digestive Apparatus | a. The Mouth | b. The Fauces | c. The Pharynx | d. The Esophagus | e. The Abdomen | f. The Stomach | g. The Small Intestine | h. The Large Intestine | i. The Liver | j. The Pancreas | The Urogenital Apparatus | a. Development of the Urinary and Generative Organs | b. The Urinary Organs | The Kidneys | The Ureters | The Urinary Bladder | The Male Urethra | The Female Urethra | c. The Male Genital Organs | The Testes and their Coverings | The Ductus Deferens | The Vesiculæ Seminales | The Ejaculatory Ducts | The Penis | The Bulbourethral Glands | d. The Female Genital Organs | The Ovaries | The Uterine Tube | The Uterus | The External Organs | The Mammæ | The Ductless Glands | a. The Thyroid Gland | b. The Parathyroid Glands | c. The Thymus | d. The Hypophysis Cerebri | e. The Pineal Body | f. The Chromaphil and Cortical Systems | g. The Spleen | | XII. Surface Anatomy and Surface Markings | Surface Anatomy of the Head and Neck | Surface Markings of Special Regions of the Head and Neck | Surface Anatomy of the Back | Surface Markings of the Back | Surface Anatomy of the Thorax | Surface Markings of the Thorax | Surface Anatomy of the Abdomen | Surface Markings of the Abdomen | Surface Anatomy of the Perineum | Surface Markings of the Perineum | Surface Anatomy of the Upper Extremity | Surface Markings of the Upper Extremity | Surface Anatomy of the Lower Extremity | Surface Markings of the Lower Extremity
Henry Gray (1825–1861). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918.
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Dictionary of Word Roots and Combining Forms
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Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1960
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