Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
The Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology, vol 1: A-Dea
Person:
Todd, Robert Bentley
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit25759/821/
ANALYTICAL 
INDEX 
TO THE 
FIRST VOLUME, 
ABDOMEN (in anatomy generally) l 
Abdomen (human anatomy), 2 
walls and regions of the, 2 
structures composing the walls, 4 
skin, s* 
superficial fascia, S* 
muscles and their aponeuroses, 4* 
obliquus externus, 4* 
obliquus internus, 6 
cremaster, 6 
transversalis abdominis, 7 
rectus abdominis, 8 
pyramidalis, 10 
quadratus lumborum, 10 
psoas magnus, 10 
parvus, 11 
iliacus internus, 11 
fascia transversalis, and 
fascia iliaca, 11 
sub-peritoneal cellular tissue, 13 
fascia propria of the hernial sac, 13 
septum crurale, 13 
Peritoneum, 13 
vessels and nerves of the abdominal walls, arteries, 14 
veins, 15 
lymphatics,16 
... . nerves, 16 
physiological action of the abdominal parietes, 16 
abdominal cavity, 18 (see also Cavity) 
Absorption, 20 
description of the absorbent system, 20 
question of venous absorption considered, 24 
mode in which the absorbents act, 28 
cutaneous absorption, 31 
specific uses of the different parts of the absorbent 
system, and the relation which that system bears 
to the other vital functions, 32 
Acalephœ (class of invertebrate animals), 35 
division of the class, $6 
as proposed by M. Lesson, 37 
locomotion and organs, 37 
motility and sensation, 40 
digestion, 41 
circulation, 43 
respiration, 44 
secretion, 45 
generation, 45 
geographical distribution, 46 
Acids, animal, 47 
Acrita (primary division of the animal kingdom). 47 
Adhesion, 49 
Adipocere, 65 
Adipose tissue, 56 
pathological conditions of—inflammation, 61 
haemorrhage, 62 
excessive deposition, 62 
extreme diminution, 62 
adipose sarcoma, 63 
steatoma, 63 
lipoma, 63 
. _ melanosis, 64 
Age, 64 
growth, 65 
maturity, 76 
old age (decay), 77 
Albino, 83 
Albumen, 88 
VOL. I. 
Amphibia (a class of vertebrate animals), 90 
divisions, 91 
osteology, 91 
muscular system, 95 
organs of d'igestion, 95 
lymphatic and lacteal system, 96 
sanguiferous system, 96 
respiration, 98 
nervous system, 100 
organ of vision, 101 
organ of hearing, 101 
organ of smell, 102 
organ of taste, 102 
dermal or tegumentary system, 102 
transpiration and secretion, 104 
restoration of lost parts, 104 
reproduction, \ 05 
metamorphosis, 106 , 
Animal kingdom, 107 
Divisions.—First sub-kingdom 
1- Polygastrica, 108 
2. Porifera, 108 
3. Polypifera, 108 
4. Acalephæ, 108 
5. Echinodermata, 109 
Second sub-kingdom 
6. Entozoa, 109 
7. Rotifera, 109 
8. Cirrhopoda, 110 
9. Annelida, 110 
10. Myriàpoda, 110 
11. Insecta, 110 
12. Arachnida, 111 
13. Crustacea, ill 
Third sub-kingdom 
14. Tunicata, 112 
15. Conchifera, 112 
16. Gasteropoda, 112 
17. Pteropoda, 113 
18. Cephalopoda, 114 
19. Pisces, 114 
20. Amphibia, 115 
21. Reptilia, 115 
22. Aves, 116 
23. Mammalia, 117 
summary, 117 
Animal, 118 
comparison of the organic and inorganic worlds, 118 
physical qualities and elementary composition, 
size, 118 
chemical composition, 118 
consistence, 119 
elementary particles, 120 
duration, 121 
generation, 121 
actions of unorganized and of organized bodies, 121 
origin, 122 
preservation, 122 
modifications (ages), 123 
cessation of action (death), 123 
comparison of vegetables and animals, 124 
general physical qualities and material or chemi¬ 
cal composition, 124 
organic composition (textures), 125 
vital manifestations or actions of vegetables and 
animals (generally), 127 
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