Sunday, June 19, 2011

A New Anatomical Nomenclature, Relating to the Terms Which Are Expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System

A New Anatomical Nomenclature, Relating to the Terms Which Are Expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System by John Barclay, Edinburgh: Ross and Blackwood; London: T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1803.

"Plates I. and II. are two outlines of the skeleton in the attitude given by Albinus. They show all the aspects of the trunk and extremities except the dermal and central which are easily understood without any assistance from a figure."

"Plate III. shows the aspects of the head."

"Plate IV. fig. 1. and 3. show how the aspects of the head and trunk correspond..."

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A New Anatomical Nomenclature, Relating to the Terms Which Are Expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System
A New Anatomical Nomenclature, Relating to the Terms Which Are Expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System

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