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PLATE 1. General View of the Skeleton.-2. View. of the Trunk, with individual Vertebræ and Ribs.-3. View of the Pelvis. -1. Structure of Bone, with Fetal and Adult Skulls. -_-5. Individual Bunes of the Skull.-6. Individual Bones of the Face.-7. Bones of the Upper Extremity.-9. Bones of the Lower Extremity:

PART II.-THE BLOOD-VESSELS AND NERVES OF THE HEAD

AND TRUNK.

PLATE 1. View of the Viscera of the Thorax and Abdomen, with their Blood vessels and Nerves.-2. The Heart displayed, with the peculiarities of the Fetal Circulation.8. The Trachea and Lungs, with the minute structure of an Artery and Vein.-4. Deep view of the Blood vessels and Nerves of the Thorax aud Abdomen, with a display of some of the more deeply seated Viscera of the latter cavity.-5. Further developement of the Blood vessels and Nerves of the Abdominal Cavity, with a display of the Pelvic Viscera of the Female.-6. Section of the Female Pelvis, to exbibit the connexion of the Viscera with their Blood vessels and Nerves.—7. View of the Superficial Muscles, Blood vessels, and Nerves of the Neck and Face.-8. View of the deeper Muscles, Blood vessels, and Nerves of the Face and Neck.-9. Further developement of the Blood vessels and Nerves of the Face aud Neck.-10. Still further display of the Blood-yessels and Nerves of the Face apd Neck.

The Views of the Head and Neck illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Aneurism of the Arteria Innominata, of the Subclavian and Carotid Arteries, of Tumours in the Neck and Face, and of Neuralgia; while the Views of the Trunk illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Aneurism of the Aorta, of the Common, the External, and the Internal Iliac Arteries, of Tumours in the Abdomen, and of Wounds of the Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis. These operations at the same time being fully described in the text.

PART II1.--THE BLOOD-VESSELS AND NERVES OF THE UPPER

AND LOWER EXTREMITIES.

PLATE 11. Blood vessels and Nerves of the Axilla, Arm, Fore-arm, and Hand.-12. Deeper view of the Blood vessels and Nerves of the Arm, Fore-arm, and Hand.-13. Blood vessels and Nerves of the back of the Hand.-14. Section of the Male Pelvis, exhibiting the connexion of the Viscera with their Blood vessels and Nerves.-15. Bloodvessels and Nerves of the Thigh, together with those ot the Spermatic Cord and Testis. 16. Deep view of the Blood vessels and Nerves of the Thigh, together with those of the Spermatic Cord, Testis, and Penis.-17. Blood-Vessels and Nerves on the Dorsum of the Pelvis, with those of the Poples.-18. Blood-vessels and Nerves on the Anterior Aspect of the Leg and Foot. -19. Blood vessels and Nerves on the Posterior Aspect of the Leg, together with those on the sole of the Foot. - 20. Deeper view of the Blood vessels and Nerves on the Posterior Aspect of the Leg, together with those on the sole of the Foot.

The Views of the Upper Extremities illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Aneurism of the Axillary, Bracbial, Uloar, and Radial Arteries; the Surgical Anatomy of Amputation at the Shoulder-Joint, Arm, and Fore-arm; and the Surgical Anatomy of Wounds of these Extremities. The View of the Pelvis illustrates the Surgical Anatomy of Lithotomy, of Fistulo in Perineo, of Fistula in Ano, and of puncturing the Urinary Bladder. The Views of the Spermatic Cord and Testis illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Hydrocele and extirpation of the Testis, with the numerous Diseases incident to the latter organ. The Views of the Lower Extremities illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Aneurism of the Femoral, Popliteal, Anterior Tibial, and Posterior Tibial Arteries; the Surgical Anatomy of Amputation at the Hip-Joint, Thigh, Leg, and Foot, and the Surgical Anatomy of Wounds of these Extremities. These operations are also fully described in the text.

Parts II. and III. comprehend the Blood vessels and Nerves, forming of themselves a complete treatise on those portions of Anatomy, upon the same Plan as Part I., which is entirely devoted to, and completes the study of the Bones. While these last Parts represent in an especial manner the relation of the Blood-vessels to the Nerves, so as to illustrate Surgical Anatomy, it may at the same time be proper to call attention to the circumstance, that the operations of Aneurism, Amputation, Lithotomy, and several of the minor operations of Surgery, are fully illustrated. The general situation of the Thoracic, Abdominal, and Pelvic Viscera, and the minute display of the first or Thoracic, together with a number of the Muscles, are directly brought into view ; thereby reducing those portions of the work which treat separately on the Muscles and Viscera. Thus Parts II. and III. are complete of them selves, and form a comprehensive digest of the Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology of the Nervous and Vascular Systems.

PART IV.MUSCLES OF THE TRUNK.

PLATE 1. Superfcial Abdominal Muscles.-2. The Deeper Abdominal Muscley.-3. View of the still more deeply-sented Abdominal Muscles.-4. View of the Diaphragm.-5. The Superficial Muscles of the Back and Neck.--6. View of the Deeper Muscles of the Back, with those of thc Neck.-7. View of the more deeply-seated Muscles of the Back, with those of the Neck.

The Views of the Abdominal Muscles illustrate tlic Surgical Anatomy of Inguinal and Crural Hernia, with Wounds of the Abdominal Parietes ; also the Surgical Anatomy of Ascites, Ovarian Dropsy, and the Casarian Operation. These operations having likewise continual reference to the accompanying description.

PART V.-MUSCLES AND JOINTS OF THE UPPER AND LOWER EX

TREMITIES, WITH TWO SUPPLEMENTAL PLATES TO PART iv. ILLUSTRATIVE OF HERNIA.

PLATE 1. of Supplement, illustrates the Surgical Anatomy of loguinel and Crural Hernia, according to that great master of Surgery, SIR ASTLEY COOPÉR, by whom the Dissection was made.-2. Of Supplement, is an Interior or Abdominal View of the Surgical Anatomy of Inguinal and Crural Hernia, from a Dissection also by the hand of SIR ASÍLEY COOPER.

PLATE 8. of Part V. illustrates the Muscles of the Thorax and Shoulder, with the Ligaments of the Sternum and Clavicle.-9. Exhibits a View of the Shoulder-joint, with the various Ligaments in the contiguity; also a view of the Muscles of the Arm.-10. The Superficial Muscles of the Fore-arm and Hand.-ll. The Deep Muscles of the Fore-arm and Hand, with the Ligaments of the Elbow-joint, Wrist-joint, and Joints of the Fingers. 12. Views of the Superficial and Deep Muscles on the back of the Fore-arm and Hand, with the Ligaments of the Elbow-joint, and Joints of the Fingerr.-13. The Superficial Muscles of the thigh.-14. View of the Deep Muscles of the Thigh, with the Ligaments of the Hip-joint.

PART VI.-MUSCLES AND JOINTS OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY.

PLATE 15. Ilustrates the Gluteus Maximus Muscle, with the coatigunus objects.-16. Is a view of the Gluteus Maximus, Medius, and Minimus Muscles, together with the Tensor Vaginæ Femoris, Pyriformis, Obturator Internus and Gemelli, Obturator Externus and Quadratus Femoris. - 17. An Exterior and Interior View of the Hip-joint, with the insertions of the Muscles around the Joint. These three Plates, with Plate 14 of Part V., illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Luxation of the Hip-joint, of Morbus Coxarius, of Fracture of the Neck of the Thigh Bone within the Capsular Ligament, and of Amputation at this Joint, as detailed in the descriptions.-18. Represents the various Ligaments of the Pelvis.--19. Exhibits an Exterior and an Interior View of the Knee-joint. ---20. Represents an Anterior and a Posterior View of the Interior of the Knee-joint, together with a view of some of the Muscles of the Leg. The views of the Knee-joint illustrate the various diseases to which it is incidental; as also the various operations, as described in the text.-21. Exhibits some of the Muscles of the Leg and Fout, together with the Ligaments of the Ankle.joint, and Articulations of the Toes.-22. Is a Deeper View of the Muscles of the Leg and Foot, together with some of the Ligaments of the Aukle-joint and Foot.--23. Is a still Deeper View of the Huecles of the Leg and Foot, with some of the Ligaments of the Foot.-24. Represents an

Anterior and Posterior View of the Ankle-joint, together with the various Ligaments of the Foot and Toes. These Views of the Ankle-joint, and Joints of the Foot and Toes, illustrate the Surgical Anatomy of Luxation of these Joints, together with Fracture and Amputation, as detailed in the text.

PART VII.-THE HUMAN BRAIN, FIRST PORTION.

PLATE 1. General View of the Nervous System, representing the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Spinal Marrow, and Spinal Nerves, with their Blood-vessels.-2. Lateral View of the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, and Cervical Portion of the Spinal Marrow, with the Nerves issuing from the latter, and several of the Blood-vessels of the Cerebrum and Cerebellum.3. View of the Dura Mater, with the Middle Meningeal Artery, and Superior Longitudinal Sinus ; together with a representatiou of the Convolutions of the Right Hemisphere, the Tunica Arachnoidea, and Pia Mater, and also the Blood-vessels.-4. Section of the Right Hemisphere of the Cerebrum, in level with the Corpus Callosum, so as to exhibit the latter with its Arteries, the Falx Cerebri with the Superior and Inferior Longitudinal Sinuses, and the Cineritious and Medullary Substances of the Brain.-5. Horizontal Section of both Hemispheres of the Cerebrum, parallel with the Corpus Callosum, so as to exhibit the Centrum Ovale Vieussenii. Perpendicular Section of the Cerebellum, representing the Arbor Vitæ, Fourth Ventricle, Valve of Vieussens, and Corpora Quadrigemina. Section of Medulla Oblongata to represent the Columns of the Spinal Marrow.-6. Lateral Ventricles cut open to show their three Cornua, and various bodies contained therein, also their Partition and Fora. men of Communication.-7. Illustrates various portions, as the Septum Lucidum, the Fornix, the Choroid Plexuses, the Velum Interpositum of Haller, the Corpora Striata, the Thalami, the Commissura Mollis, the Anterior and Posterior Commissures, the Third Ventricle, the Pineal Gland, the Corpora Quadrigemina, the Infundibulum, the Pituitary Gland, and the several Cerebral and Cerebellic Nerves.

PART VIII.-THE HUMAN BRAIN, SECOND AND

CONCLUDING PORTION.

PLATE 8. View of the Corpora Striata, Thalami, Pineal Gland, Corpora Quadrigemina, and the Tentorium.-9. View of the Corpora Striata, Thalami, Pillars of the Fornix, Anterior and Posterior Commissures, Pineal Gland, Corpora Quadrigemina, Inferior Cornu of Lateral Ventricle, Cerebellum, with Division of Superior Longitudinal into two Lateral Sipuses.-10. View of the Basis of the Brain, with the different Cerebral and Cerebellic Nerves, together with the Branches of the Internal Carotid and Vertebral Arteries.-11. View of the Interior of the Basis of the Skull lined with the Dura Mater, showing its Duplicatures, the Pituitary Gland, and the emergence of the various Cerebral and Cerebellic Nerves ; and also the entrance of the Internal Carotid and Vertebral Arteries, with the different Sinuses.-12. Six figures illustrating various portions, as the Spinal Cord, Tuber Annulare, Corpora Pyramidale, Cerebellum, Corpus Dentatum, Section of the Cerebrum and Cerebellum, showing the Thalami, Corpus Striatum, and Corpus Niger; Spinal Cord, with the Tuber Annulare, Thalami, and Corpora Quadrigemina, Occipital Bone and Cervical Vertebræ, showing the entrance of the Vertebral Arteries.-13. View of the Basis of the Brain, to illustrate the course of the Medullary Fibres.-14. Perpendicular Section of the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, and Medulla Oblongata, illustrating the course of the Medullary Fibres, the Fifth Ventricle, the Third Ventricle, the Iter à Tertio ad Quartum Ventriculum, the Commissura Magna, the Commissura Anterior, Commissura Posterior, the Fornix, the Velum Interpositum, the Vena Magna Galleni, the Torcular Herophili, the Superior Longitudinal Siyus, and the Internal Carotid Artery, with some of its branches. --15. View of the Superficies of both Hemispheres, representing the various convolutions.

PART IX.—THE ORGANS OF SENSE, &c.

PLATE 1. View of the Muscles of the Pharynx and Larynx.-2. View of the Pharynx and Larynx.-3. View of the Pharynx and Larynx, together with the Muscles of the Palate, and Ligaments of the Atlas and Dentata, and Ipferior Maxilla.-4. View of the Muscles and Cartilages of the Larynx, together with the Muscles of the Palate, and Glands of the Mouth.-5. Illustrates various views of the Nostrils.-6. Also represents several views of the Nares, and the Superior Maxillary Nerve.-7. Exhibits the structure of the Tongue in several views. ---8. Represents the Organ of Hearing in sixteen views.-9. Also illusrates the Organ of Hearing by a multiplicity of viewvs.--10. Exlibits four views of the Eye. THORAX AND ABDOMEN.

PLATE 11. Three views of the Muscles and Nerves of the Eye.-12. Exhibits sixteen views of the Blood-vessels, Coats, and Humours of the Eye.-13. Represents four views of the Organ of Touch.-14. View of a Lateral Section of the Thoracic and Abdominal Viscera.-15. Back view of the Thoracic and Abdominal Viscera.-16. Illustrates the Liver, Pancreas, Spleen, and Stomach.--17. The structure of the Liver, Gall-bladder, Stomach, and Duodenum represented.-18. The structure of the Ilium and Colon represented.

PART XI.-ABDOMINAL VISCERA, TOGETHER WITH THE MALE

AND FEMALE ORGANS OF GENERATION.

PLATE 19. Illustrates the structure of the Jejunum and the Kidney.-1. View of the Male Organs of Generation.-2. View of the Male Organs of Generation.-3. External view of the Female Organs of Generation.-4. View of the Muscles of the Female Organs of Geperation.-5. View of a Lateral Section of the Female Organs of Generation.-6. Illustrates the structure of the Urinary Bladder, the Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus, Ovarium, and Rectum.

PART XII. is in the Press, and will complete the Work; it will contain the Gravid Uterus, and Lymphatics.

Published by W. H. LIZARS, 3 St. James Square, DANIEL LIZARS, 5 St.

David Street, Edinburgh; S. Highley, 174 Fleet Street, and Webb Street, St. Thomas's Hospital, London ; and W. CURRY, Jun. & Co. 9 Upper Sackville Street, Dublin.

OBSERVATIONS

ON

EXTRACTION OF DISEASED OVARIA:

Illustrated by Plates coloured after Nature.

BY JOHN LIZARS, SURGEON; AUTHOR OF THE SYSTEM OF ANATOMICAL PLATES, &c. Folio, with Five Engravings coloured after Nature, 18s. boards. " Any thing approximating to success in the alleviation or removal of diseases hitherto so uncontrollable as those of the Ovaries, will be hailed by the intelligent part of the profession as vantage gained ; and that man who undertakes a difficult operation in order to show PRACTICALLY that the dangers attending Abdominal Surgery have been much overrated, deserves well of his brethren : this we think MR. LIZARS has satisfactorily proved, and have no doubt that the Operation will come into general use.

“ In Intus-susceptio, and other cases, it may be cqually available." -Lancet, September 17, 1825.

Published by W. H. LIZARS, 3 St. James Square, DANIEL LIZARS, 5 St.

David Street, Edinburgh; $. Highley, 174 Fleet Street, and Webb Street, St. Thomas's Hospital, London ; and W. Curry, Jun, & Co. 9 Upper Sackville Street, Dublin.

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