The Dissector's Manual

The Dissector's Manual

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1825 edition. Excerpt: ...6. Serrati magni. 7. Subclavii, 8. Pectorales majores, I when the shoulders are 9. Pectorales minores, ( fixed, 10. Latissimi dorsi, b. Muscles Of Exspiration.-.; i I. Triangularis sterni.' 2. Obliqui externi abdominis. 3. Obliqui interni abdominis. .." 4. Transversi abdominis. 5. Recti abdominis. 6. Pyramidales., . Assisted occasionally by the 7. Serrati postici infcviorea.. ' '.' 9. Loninssimi dorsi. 9. Sacro-lumbales. 10/Quadrati lumborum. 2. Motions Of The Head And Cervical VerTebre. There are inflections of the head upon the atlas, but they are very inconsiderable: consisting of inflections forwards, which are performed by the, 1. Recti capitis interni minores--2. Recti capitis laterales: of inflections backivaril, Which are performed by. the, 1. Recti capitis postici minores--2. Obliqui capitis superiores; and of lateralinflections by these imiscles at the sides. But the principal motions of the head'are1 "produced by the inflections of the cervical vertebrae; which may be beat forivards or backwards, and to either side, and give a corresponding inclination to the head. Likewise in consequence of the mode of articulation between the first and second vertebrae, the former, together with the head, may perform a motion of rotation upon the latter. Therefore the muscles moving the head and cervical vertebrae may be arranged as--a. Inflectors Forward, b. Inflectors Backward, C. Rotators To The Right, d. Rotators To The Left. It will not be necessary to particu larize the muscles which inflect laterally, as all the muscles which are described as inflectors forward and backward, must exert a force in the lateral direction when used only on one side, except those which are situated close to the median plane. a. Inflectors Forward. 1....show more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236608526
  • 9781236608529