A Synopsis of the Theory and Practice of Neurology as Taught in McCormick Neurological College, Chicago, Illinois; A Quiz Compend

A Synopsis of the Theory and Practice of Neurology as Taught in McCormick Neurological College, Chicago, Illinois; A Quiz Compend

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...axillary. 183.. What becomes of the axillary arteries?.They become the brachials, supplying the arms and the forearms by way of the radials and ulnars.. What are the arteries of the trunk? A. The thoracic and abdominal arteries and their branches. 185. Q. What are the common iliacs? A. The abdominal aorta divides on the left side of the body of the fouith lumbar vertebra, each branch being about two inches long, passes downward 1nd outward to the brim of the pelvis; these are the common iliacs. 186. Q. What becomes of them? A. Each divides, just above the sacrum, into external and internal iliacs; the former supply the lower extremities, the latter the viscera. 187. Q. What is the femoral artery? A. A continuation of the external iliac; it extends from a point about midway between the anterior superior spine of the illum and the pubic symphysis down to the lower third of the thigh, where it becomes the popliteal artery. The first two inches of it is called the common femoral because after that it has two branches, the superficial and deep which are so named.. What becomes of the popliteal artery? It becomes the anterior and posterior tibial arteries.. What is the dorsalis pedis artery?. A continuation of the anterior tibial; it branches into the dorsalis hallucis. communicating, tarsal, metatarsal and cutaneous.. Are there no fibular arteries?. Yes, they are branches of the posterior tiblals. 189. 190. THE PULMONARY SYSTEM (Action by Peristalsis). No Valves. "Artery" begins on the upper anterior surface of the right ventricle of the Heart to left of tricuspid valve. Opening guarded by three semi-lunar valves. Size, about 2 inches long by 1% in diameter. Branches: Right and Left. Division occurs opposite fifth Dorsal vertebra....show more

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  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236923871
  • 9781236923875