Engravings of the cardiac nerves, the nerves of the ninth pair, the glosso-pharyngeal, and the pharyngeal branch of the pneomo-gastric

 
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 Excerpt: ... the stomach maintain a sympathy with the remarkable pulmonary plexus of that nerve extensively disseminated through the bronchia., 35, 86. The Pneumo-gastric nerve of the right side, where its divison begins to surround the oesophagus in several ways behind the bronchus. r, 38, 39. Great oesophageal plexus of the úTM?vo"gaStric' joined together by twigs from the nerve of each side? 40, 41. Certain nervous filaments distributed to the substance of the oesophagus itself. Walter, Tab. III. No. 442, 444, 454. 42. Two filaments of the Cardiac nerves, which accompany the right coronary artery, Tuning to the plain surface of the heart. 43 Anastomosis of the same nerves, with some very slender twigs from the great Cardiac plexus, descending between the inferior vena cava and the sinus of the pulmonary veins. 44, 45, 46, 47, 48. Those small nerves accompanying the branches of the right coronary artery, which are distributed to the plain surface of the heart. 49 Small nerves from the number of those which follow the branches of the left pulmonary artery, which turn to the plain surface of the heart. Vid. Tab. IV. No. 63. h. These are, therefore, the nerves, generally branches of those which look to the plain surface of the heart, which, being given off from each coronary plexus, follow the flexu oiis arteries of the same name to the plain surface of the heart; where, as soon as they have arrived, although ihey join the trunk of the coronary vein, and the numerous branches running to it, none, however, accompany these tubes, but having passed them, they hasten to the arterial branches, whose direction they follow for a short way, but how far they lurk together in the flesh of the heart has not been shown any other where than from its convex surface. The ner...

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Publisher: Nabu Press, 2011
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