A Text-Book of Human Anatomy; Systematic and Topographical; Including the Embryology, Histology, and Morphology of Man. with Special Reference to the Requirements of Practical Surgery and Medicine

A Text-Book of Human Anatomy; Systematic and Topographical; Including the Embryology, Histology, and Morphology of Man. with Special Reference to the Requirements of Practical Surgery and Medicine

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...ring it overlaps the border of the @0I1j0ined tendon., _ The lowest portion of the muscle arising from about 3 cm. of _P011Pfl1't_S 1153 maul? external to the point where the spermatic cord first lies on it, has b_@00me elongated, and is carried down by the parts which have traversed the "118 during the descent of the testis, as a series of looped fibres, to which the name tremaster is given. These fibres descend beneath the external spermatic fiiscia. on the outside of the cord, loop at different levels in front of it, and ascend on its inner side. Some few can be traced into the scrotum, but the majority cross the front of the cord. The loops are usually discontinuous, but they are united by interstitial areolar tissue, and with this tissue and the sflflrmatic fascia which invests them, they make a tunic for the testis, which 15 called the tllnica, cremasterica, Into the cremaster can be traced a. branch f the epigastric artery, and the creinasteric branch of the genito-crural nerve. Through the internal oblique, the following structures pi8!'=B1--(1) The ghltefll branch of the ilio-hypogastric nerve, over the iliac crest; _(2) the yP0g11Stric branch of the same nerve, between the SllPe1'1r 11,1," spine and the edge of the rectus; (3) the ilio-inguinal nerve, above Poupart 5 llgamenh ilio'-, hypoga.stic and ilio-inguinal nerves, with their accompan ing vessels. Of' these, 'all but the last pair pass forwards, giving oil" lateral cutaneous, latera muscular, and anterior cutancons branches, and supplying the-realm abdominis. The ilio-hypognstric gives cits. lateral cutaneous branch, but neither it nor the ilio-inguinal supply muscles by their anterior branches. 240, TRANSYERSALIS (fig. 494, 4), ...show more

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