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EXPLANATION OF THE PLATES.
Illustrates Mr. Gulliver's paper on Fatty Degeneration of the Arteries, p. 86. A detailed description of the figures is annexed to the paper.
Referred to in Dr. Hodgkin's paper on the Anatomical Character of some Adventitious Structures, p. 242. Fig. 1.—Nucleated cells, some containing nuclei,
others nucleated cells and nucleoli. Fig. 2. — Nucleated cells assuming an elongated figure. a cells simply caudate.
b cell with the pliant caudal extremity bent on
itself by movement of the containing fluid
or other cause.
c cells prolonged at both extremities, some bifid.
Fig. 3.—Different forms of filamentous matter.
Fig. 4.—Amorphous or granular matter from the
breaking up of cells or other sources. Fig. 5.—Fat globules.
a individual globules of different sizes.
b aggregations of globules of different forms
and sizes, c a globular aggregation of fat globules having the semblance of an envelope.
Fig. 6.—Crystals of a substance supposed to resemble cholesterine.—N.B. For other representations of this substance, as well as of the fat globules, see the plate illustrative of the valuable paper of G. Gulliver, published in this volume.
Fig. 7.—Drawing of cancerous matter from tuber-
Fig. 8.—Development of the ovum after Dr. Barry.
Referred to in Mr. Frogley's paper on Osteo-sarcoma of the Thigh Bone, p. 133. It represents a section of the tumour in its recent state, and a cast of the limb after removal. A description of the figures accompanies the plate.