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PLATE Fig. 1. I front view of the mucks.

The right side of the figure represents the first or most superficial stratum : on the left side the second layer is exhibited. It would be impossible to refer to all the muscles exhibited in this and the follow ing muscular plates : we must therefore confine ourselves to the more obvious and important ones.

a. Orbicularis pa/pebrarum.

b. Orbieularis oris.

c. Zygomatici.

d. Sterno-cleidomastoideus.

1. Platysma myoides.

2. Pectoralis major.

e. Latissimus dorsi.

3. Obliquus externus abdominis.

4. Recta's abdominis.

Pectoralis minor.

f. Sunnis anticus.

Oblickuus externus abdominis.

3. Deltoid muscle.

6. Biceps flexor cubiti.

h. Supinator radii longus.

Pronator radii teres.

k. Flexor carpi radial's.

/. Extensors of the thumb.

n. Two heads of the biceps flexor cubit'.

o. Opponens pollicis.

p. Muscles of the little finger.

q. Flexor tendons of the fingers.

r. Flexor digitorum profundus.

a. Flexor longus pollicis.

7. Tensor vaginz femoris.

8. Sartorius.

9. Vastus externus.

10. Rectus extensor femoris.

11. Vastus internals.

12. Tibialis anticus.

13. Extensor muscles of the toes.

14. Extensor tendons of the toes.

Fig. 2. Posterior surface of the eye-lids,with the lacrytnal gland.

a, b. Posterior surface of the eye-lids. The perpenclicularparallel lines are form ed by rows of the sebaceous or meibomian glands.

c. c. c. c. Cut edge of the tunics con. junctiva, where that membrane was re flected from the eye-lids to the eye-ball.

d. Lacrymal gland.

e. Openings of its ducts on the surface of the conjunctiva.

f. Pucta lacrymalia.

g. Caruncula laery-malis.

Fig. 3. Front view of the eye-brow and eye lids ; designed to shero the margins of the kater, and their union with each other.

b. Fold of the skin between the upper eye-lid and the eye-brow.

c. Orifices in which the hairs of the eye-lash were implanted.

f. Openings of the ducts of the seba ceous glands along the margin of the eye-lid.

d. m. Superior and inferior punetum la erymale, or external openings of the ca nals, by which the tears are conveyed to the lacrymal bag.

h. Canna oda lacrpnalis.

g. External canthus or angle of the eye ; the opposite part is the internal can thus.

Fig. 4. View of the lacrgmal passages.

a. a. Puncta lacrymalia.

b. b. Lacrymal ducts, commencing from the puncta, and terminating in c. The lacrymal bag.

d. Nasal duet e. Its termination at the nose.

f Lacry-mal gland.

Px.yrs IV.

Fig. 1. A posterior -view of the muscles ; in which the right side exhibits the supm:ficia7, and the left es deeper-seated stratum.

ft. Temporal muscle.

b. Supraspinatits.

c. Infraspinatus.

d. Teres minor.

e. Teres major.

f. Pyri formis.

g. Vastus externals.

h. Biceps flexor cruris.


k. Peronei muscles, Bac. /. Their tendons.

m. Levator scapulz.

1. Trapezius.

2. Rhomboideus. Latissimus dorsi.

4. Splenius capitis.

5. Complexus.