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Anatomical plates, illustrating the structure of the human eye, and its appendages

with accompanying descriptions

by Alexander Watson

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Published by Maclachlan and Stewart in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eye, anatomy & histology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alexander Watson
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p., iii leaves of plates :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26258972M

    Pages have been reorganized to avoid splitting sentences and paragraphs. Each image is inserted immediately following its description. Some of the plates did not fit on the scanner and were captured as two separate images. The merged images show some artifacts of the merge process due to slightly different lighting of the page. Talk:Book - Stoehr's Histology 1. From Embryology. in diameter. \The size of any structure in a section of human tissue may be roughly estimated by comparing its dimensions with the diameter of a red blood corpuscle found in the same section. each of which it -ut rj. becomes the retina of an eye. Its posterior part forms the spinal.

    Apr 30,  · The plates are composed of still smaller pieces, these minute plates being formed through the secreting power of the skin, which dips down between the different plates. The shell of an Echinus, with its innumerable pieces, plates, spines, and suckers, is therefore quite a complex organism. Development, Structure, and Keratin Expression in C57BL/6J With this background in place, the book then reviews and illustrates regional ocular pathology and correlates it with human eye.

    According to Gichtel, the diagrams above, represent the anatomy of the divine (or inner) man, and graphically set forth its condition during its human, infernal, and divine states. The plates in the William Law edition of Böhme's works are based apparently upon Gichtel's diagrams, which they follow in . The human cerebellum is a major structure within the posterior fossa. Its inferior aspect is located internal to the occipital bone of the skull (Fig. A, B); this may be described as its suboccipital surface. Superiorly it is covered by the tentorium cerebelli (the tentorial surface) and laterally it faces portions of the petrosal part of.


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Author(s): Watson,Alexander, Title(s): Anatomical plates, illustrating the structure of the human eye, and its appendages; with accompanying descriptions. Full text of "A series of anatomical plates: with references and physiological comments, illustrating the structure of the different parts of the human body" See other formats.

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There are also easy-to-use tables providing an overview of the nerves and arteries of the eye and orbit and clinical specimens of the eye and optic pathways. A companion compact disc contains high resolution copies of the color illustrations used in the book.

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