Course of Anatomico-Physiological Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Oeconomy, Vol. 2 Charles Nicholas Jenty

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Published: September 27th 2015

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Course of Anatomico-Physiological Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Oeconomy, Vol. 2  by  Charles Nicholas Jenty

Course of Anatomico-Physiological Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Oeconomy, Vol. 2 by Charles Nicholas Jenty
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Excerpt from Course of Anatomico-Physiological Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Oeconomy, Vol. 2Below each of the first salival Glands, or Parotides, toward the mastoid Apophysis, is fixed a small one of another Kind, differing from theMoreExcerpt from Course of Anatomico-Physiological Lectures on the Human Structure and Animal Oeconomy, Vol. 2Below each of the first salival Glands, or Parotides, toward the mastoid Apophysis, is fixed a small one of another Kind, differing from the former in Figure, Colour, excretory Duct, and in the Fluid, which it secretes.

It is round, and of an even Surface, without Tubercles, and it is the superior of a great Number of Glands of the same Kind, which lie partly below the Interstice between the parotid and maxillary Glands and at different Distances, along the internal jugular Vein, all the Way to the inferior Part of the Neck. We observe among the Glands and upon this Vein a great Number of transparent Vessels, with an Appearance of numerous Valves.

The Fluid which they contain is transparent, a little mucilaginous, and is called Lympha.These Vessels and Glands are likewise termed lymphatic. The Glands are not all equally large, our equally round, some being oblong, thick, flat, small, &c.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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