By William Rice Ballou
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The acclaim for this sequence of Compends demonstrates that they provide a long-felt wish. From a substantial adventure as a quiz-master of clinical scholars and a instructor of anatomy, the author has visible the advantages of those, and has endeavored to sup ply for college kids of veterinary anatomy and body structure a piece which might solution their wishes not just as a text-book, but additionally for paintings within the dissecting-room.
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Interfial peripheral band. Action. Very little 4 in youth, none when consolidated. upper rarely. 42 equine anatomy. Fig. 2. SCAPULO-HUMERAL AND HUMERO-RADIAL ARTICULATIONS, WITH THE MUSCLES SURROUNDING THEM (EXTERNAL FACE . — trochanter— small the Convexity of E, fossa. — c. Summit of the trochanter. — ARTHROLOGY. DIO-CARPAL. Lower articular surface of radius with four upper carpal bones. Ligaments. Internal, from radius to fourth bone. Superficial external, radius to supercarpal bone. Deep external, radius to second bone and interosseous ligament.
Ligaments. A rudimentary glenoid Hgament, deepening the cavity. Capsular ligament, from margins of cavity to neck of humerus. Two supporting fasciculi from coracoid process to head of humerus. The muscles in relation to joint are 1. In front, coraco-radial. 2. Behiiid, large extensor of forearm Outside, short abductor of 4. Inside, subscapularis. 3. and teres minor. arm and postea spinatus. Action. Abduction, adduction, flexion, extension, rotation and circumduction. HUMERO- RADIAL. Ginglymus, between inferior extremity of humerus and upper extremity of ulna and radius.
A compend of equine anatomy and physiology. by William Rice Ballou