Manual of practical anatomy, v.1, Volume 1

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Page 535 - ... the left side of the umbilicus to a point midway between the symphysis pubis and the anterior superior spine of the ilium.
Page 151 - Adduction, or ulnar flexion, can be produced to a greater extent than abduction, or radial flexion. In both cases the extent of movement at the radio-carpal joint proper is very slight, but the range is extended by movements of the carpal bones. The styloid process of the radius interferes with abduction. The muscles which are chiefly concerned in producing these different movements of the hand at this joint are the following : — (a) flexors — the flexor carpi radialis, the palmaris longus, and...
Page 8 - As the fibres of the trapezius pass outwards, they converge to gain an insertion into the two bones of the shoulder-girdle. The occipital and upper cervical fibres incline downwards, and turning forwards over the shoulder, are inserted into the outer third of the posterior border of the clavicle (Fig.
Page 511 - The gall-bladder is a conical bag placed in a fossa on the under surface of the right lobe of the liver. Its upper surface is...

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