II; Diseases of Women, Lawson Tait; Matnadof (it yna'colo(jy, H. By ford; Manual of Gyna'colotjy, Hart and Barbour, Surgical Diseases of the Ovaries and Fal Urpiau Tubes, Bland Sutton; Booty of Ahdominal Surgery, Keith; Ahdomiuid Surgery, Greig Smith; Diseases of Women, Skene; Feuiale Felric Organs, Savage; System of Sur- gery, Denni H; American Text Bool\ of Surgery; Practice of Medicine, Osier; American Text Booix of Obstetrics; Surgical Patfiology and Morbid Amdomy, Bowlby ; Electricity in Diseases of Women, Massey ; Aseptic Surgical Teclinique, Hunter Eobb; Manuid of Surgical Asepsis, Carl Beck; Principles of Bacteriology, Abbott. The bottom of these has been designated particularly as the retro-ovarian shelres. After birth and at any time previous to fail development, these causes and, along with them tubercalcsis, may effect and destroy the vitality of the growing cells. Should the development of the genital ridge be deficient or arrested, the ovaries are so undeveloixnl that they are unable to arrive at their successive montldy maturity, whence arise amenorrhosi and sterility.
The Bladder is placed betwc-n the pubic bones and the vagina and uterus.For such, however, it is not intended as a work for extended research, but from its methbd of compilation, and from its extensive index, it is hoped that it will serve as a means for ready reference, as well as an index to the many large and excellent works on the subject. From there it is reflected over the anterior surface of the uterus and the fundus.With these objects in view, the author has endeavored to place the subject in as plain and simple a manner as possible, prefevring simplicity of expression to the adorn- ment of It then covers the whole of the posterior surface and extends down behind the posterior wall of the vagina for about an inch.Tous les autres exemplaires originaux sont filmds en commenpant par la premidre page qui comporte une empreinte d'impression ou d'illustration et en terminant par la dernidre page qui comporte une telle empreinte. at the Department of Agiioulture, TO FIFE FOWLER, PROFESSOR OF THK PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE K MKDICINI? They cross the cervix from behind at an acute angle, about one-half inch distant, so as to come in front of and below it.Un des symboles suivants apparaitra sur la dernidre image de cheque microfiche, selon le cas: le symbole •~»signifie "A SUIVRE", le symbole V signifie "FIN". , AND DEAN OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY IN QUEEN's UNIVERSITY, KINGSTON, THIS BOOK IS RKHPKCTFDLLY DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR, IN RECOGNITION OF LIFE LONG SERVICES AS A PIONEER AND STEADFAST LABORER IN THE (JAUSE OF HIGHER ■'- MEDICAL EDUCATION IN CANADA. During the many years the author has been engaged in teaching in various departments of medicine, it always appeared that much valuable time was lost to the student, and important points missed, in efforts to secure such notes as would furnish him with a knowledge of the teachings of the lecturer. On reaching the wall of the bladder they turn sharply inward and run for half an inch in its wall, finally opening with a s T^nll longitudinal slit in the interior of the bladder.Discovered by a Russian Scientist on the island Hispañola, green amber’s stunning coloring is caused by millions of years of contact with volcanic ash.
CIHM/ICMH Microfiche CIHM/ICMH Collection de microfiches. Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions / Institut Canadian de microreproductions historiques ^"STT^f^ ^m^^wi^ff "^m Technical and Bibliographic ' Jotes/Notes techniques et bibliographiques The institute has attempted to obtain the best original copy available for filming. The anterior surface has no peritoneal covering and lies against the pubic bones.
Two small tubes, Skene, s (jlands, lie within the muscular wall and open into the urethra a short distance above the meatus.
The mucous membrane is covered with stratified transitional epithelium, and tubular glands occur near the vesical end.
Whenever possible, these have been omitted from filming/ II se peut que certaines pages blanches ajoutdes lors d'une restauration apparaissent dans le texte, mais, lorsque cela 6tait possible, ces pages n'ont pas m filmdes. This coat contains numerous lacunar and race- mose (jlamls, and is covered with stratified transitional epithelium. The bladder has four true ligaments, two anterior, running from the lower part of the pubis to the anterior surface, and two lateral, from the outer margins of the anterior ligaments to the sides of the bladder.
Additional comments:/ Commentaires suppl^mentaires; L'Institut a microfilm^ le meilleur exempfaire qu'il lui a 6t6 possible de se procurer. The false ligaments, five in number, are folds of peritoneum. The lateral extend from the iliac fossro to the sides of the ANATOMY.
The triangular surface between these three openings is called the triijone.