GENERAL INDEX. 769 Geranlotoxon, or areas senilis, i. 80. Gibbons, iv. 195, et seq. See Quadrumana. organs of voice of the, iv. 1487. Giddiness of anæmic patients, iii. 723 C. mode of treatment of, iii. 723 C. Gills, or branchiae, iv. 331. of Amphibiæ, s. 278. of Fishes, i. 646. Gimbernat's ligament, i. 5 ; s. 137. Ginglymus? angular and lateral, i. 256. Giraffe, anatomy of the, s. 508, et scq. cranium of, s. 510. 516. horns of, s. 516. skeleton of the, s. 520. brain of, s. 542. intestine of, s. 539. organs and mode of locomotion of the, iii. 454. pelvis of the, s. 158. tongue of the, s 533. Gizzard of birds, i. 320. See Ayes. functions of, ii. 11, 12. structure of, s. 301. Glabella, i. 729. Gland, ii. 480. definition, ii. 480 development, ii. 492 ; iv. 455. divisions and kinds of glands, ii. 481. organisation, ii. 481 ; iv. 455. blood-vessels, ii. 487. arrangement of their minute subdivisions, ii. 488. excretory ducts, ii. 486. interstitial cellular tissue, ii. 489. investing membrane, ii. 489. lymphatic vessels, ii. 489. minute structure of glands, ii. 481. simple forms, ii. 482. complex forms, ii. 483. nerves of glands, ii. 489. See Secretion. secreting canals and excretory ducts, ii. 486. situation of glands, ii. 481. See Kidney; Lachrymal Organs; Liver; Pancreas. Gland, Cowper’s, ii. 422. in Man and in other animals, ii. 422. lachrymal, iii. 88. 784. inferior, iii. 89. parotid, iii. 581. 902 ; iv. 423. relations, iii. 902. pineal, iii. 676, 677. prostate, ii. 422 ; iii. 932 ; iv. 146. See Prostate Gland. relations, size, and density, iii. 933. capsule, iii. 933. vesico-prostatic plexus of veins, iii. 933. prostatic diseases, iii. 934. sublingual, ii. 214 ; iv. 424. submaxillary, iv.,424. thymus, iv. 1087. functions of the, iv. 445. thyroid, iv. 1102. functions of the, iv. 445. Glands, absorbent. See Lymphatic and Lacteal System. axillary lymphatic, iii. 231. of Brunn, or racemose glands, s. 361, 362. buccal, iv. 426. ceruminous, ii. 553. conglobate, of Sylvius. See Lymphatic and Lacteal System. Cowper's, iii. 930; iv. 1247. 1252. duodenal, s. 361, 362. Haversian, i. 253 ; ii. 777, 778. hypogastric, or internal iliac, i. 387. labial, iv. 426. of the larynx, iii. 110. arytenoid gland, iii. 110. epiglottic, iii. 111. lenticular of the stomach, s. 324. of Littré or Morgagni, iv. 1250. lingual, anterior, iv.426. posterior, iv. 426. lymphatic. See Lymphatic and Lacteal System. lymphatic, axillary, i. 368. cervical, i. 368. inguinal, i. 368. mammary, ii. 481. Meibomian, iii. 81, 82. mesenteric, iii. 943. molar, iv. 426. mucous, of tongue, iv. 1140. of nipple, iii. 246. oesophageal, iii. 759. of Pacchioni, i. 729. 735. palatine, iv. 426. pancreas, s. 81. parotid, ii. 481. racemose, or glands of Brunn, s. 361,362. salivary, iv. 422. subsidiary, iv. 425. sebaceous, of eyelids, iii. 82. sebaceous and muciparous, and follicles of the vulva, s. 711. sudoriparous, s. 499. Glands—continued. superficial inguinal, ii. 238. tegurnentary, s. 4S9. tracheal, s. 260, 261. secretion of, s. 261. testes, ii. 481. utricular, or follicles of uterus, s. 636. vulvo-vaginal, s. 712. Glandula innominata, iii. 88. Glanduhe concatenatæ, iii. 577. congregatæ, iii. 89. Pacchioni, or cerebral granulations, iii. 629. 631. description of them, iii. 644. are they natural structures ? iii. 645. suprarenales, seu renes succenturiati. See Supra¬ renal Capsules. Tysoni (odoriferæ), iii. 914. Glandule of Harder, iii. 98. in Mammalia, iii. 98. in Birds, iii. 98. in Reptiles, iii. 98. secretion of the, iii. 98. Glandules of breasts, iii. 248. Gians clitoridis, s. 709. texture of which it is composed, ii. 446. penis, ii. 424 ; iii. 914 ; iv. 985. corona glandis, iii. 914. glandulæ Tysoni (• doriferæ), iii. 914. meatus urinarius, iii. 914. microscopic anatomy of the glans penis, iii. 914. Glasserian fissure, i. 733. 735 ; ii. 545. Glaucoma, or pearl animalcules, ii. 192; iv. 13. Gleno-humeral, or Flood’s, ligament, iv. 575. Glenoid cavity, i. 219. 735; ii. 340 ; iv. 573. of radius, ii. 163. of scapula (sinus articularis), ii. 157. of the tibia, external, ii. 168. internal, ii. 168. ligament, ii. 157 ; iv. 573. carpal anterior, ii. 508. posterior, ii. 508. of metacarpo-phalangeal joints, ii. 510. Glenophora, a genus of Rotifera, iv. 401, et seq. Gliding motion of joints, i. 2c6. Glisson's capsule, iii. 166. See Capsule of Glisson; Li¬ ver. Globules of chyle, iii. 221. of the blood, i. 404. See Blood. of lymph, iii. 219. mucus, iii. 483. varieties of the mucus globule, iii. 484. distinction of the pus and mucus, iii. 484. Globuline of M. Lecanu, i. 411. as an adventitious product, iv. 94. Globulus Arantii, or corpus sesamoideum, i. 223. Globus major of epididymis, iv. 979. minor, iv. 979. Globus, or sense of suffocation, in hysteria, causes of, iii. 722 L, 722 Q. Glomeridce, a family of Myriapoda, iii. 546, et seq. characters of the family, iii. 546. Glomeris, a genus of Myriapoda, iii. 546, et seq. Glomus of the Wenzels, iii. 635. Glossanthrax, or malignant pustule of the tongue, iv. 1156. Glossitis, erectile, iv. 1153. suppurative, iv. 1153. mercurial, iv. 1154. Glosso-epiglottid folds, iii. Ill ; iv. 1121. ligament, iii. 104. Glosso-pharyngeal nerve, i. 732 ; ii. 494 ; iii. 707. 882. 949. branches, ii. 496. carotid branches, ii. 496. digastric and stylo-hyoid branch, ii. 496. lingual branches, ii. 497. pharyngeal branches, ii. 496. tonsillitic twigs, ii. 497. origin and cranial course, ii. 494, 495. ganglion jugulare, ii. 495. ramus tympanicus nervi glosso-pharyngei, or nerve of Jacobson, ii. 495. physiology of the glosso-pharyngeal, ii. 497—500 ; iv. 500. Glosso-stapkylinus muscle, iii. 952; iv. 1132. action and relations, iv. 1133. Glottic dyspnoea, operation for, iii. 573. Glottis. See Larynx. diseases of the. See Larynx. Glottology, iv. 1345. See Varieties of Mankind. Glow-worms. See Lttminousness, Animal. Glue, method of obtaining, ii. 404. See Gelatin. Glutæal Region (in surgical anatomy), ii. 500. arteries, ii. 501, 502. boundaries, ii. 500. definition, ii. 500. muscles, nerves, and veins, ii. 501, 502. Glutæal artery, ii. 250. 833. course and distribution, ii. 833. impression, s. 115 muscle, maximus, i. 6L 177; ii. 166. 501. 833 ; s. 115 137. médius, ii. 500—502. 833 ; s. 137. minimus, ii. 501, 502. 833 ; s. 137.