The Lymphatics; General Anatomy of the Lymphatics

The Lymphatics; General Anatomy of the Lymphatics

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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. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...and pudic; a third, placed apart from the preceding, is situated on the middle haemorrhoidal artery; it usually corresponds to the point at which this artery breaks up into its terminal branches, and is nearly in contact with Flo. 43.--fleo-pelvic glands (lateral view) (Cunco and Marcille). a and 6. External iliac glands (middle chain).--c. External iliac gland (external chain). d. Retro-erural external gland.--e. Retro-crural internal gland.--/, q. Lymphatics of the bladder.--A. Collecting trunks from the mucus membrane of the glans passing through the inguinal canal.--t. Praesymphysial glandular nodule.--/. Gland of the promontory.--k. fntra-pelvic gluteal gland.--Lateral saeral gland.--m, r. Hypogastric glands.--o. Satellite trunk of internal pudic vessels.--p. Middle haemorrheidal trunk.--q, r. Prostatic collecting trunks.--s. Urethral collecting trunks. the lateral wall of the rectum (middle haemorrhoidal gland). There is one more group, even more isolated, which is formed by two or three glands situated internal to the second or third sacral foramina, and on the course of the lateral sacral artery (lateral sacral gland). All these glands rest on the inner surface of the pelvic fascia, and to show them, we need merely raise the peritoneum. Sometimes they are placed on the external surface of this aponeurotic layer, as may be seen when the latter is dissected off from the lateral wall of the pelvis. All these glands are united to each other by numerous anastomoses. Afferent Vessels.--The hypogastric glands receive afferents from all the pelvic viscera. We may thus see, ending in this glandular group, lymphatics from the membranous and prostatic portions of the urethra, prostate, bladder, vesiculae seminales, vasa deferentia, vagina, uterus, ..show more

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236628942
  • 9781236628947