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Google previewA Treatise on Special and General Anatomy (1840)

by William Edmonds Horner

The Tensor Tarsi is a small muscle on the orbital face of the lachrymal sac ...

Google previewPractical Musculoskeletal Ultrasound E-Book (2014)

by Eugene McNally

The sinus tarsi is a wide space located laterally and found by placing the transducer anterior to the lateral malleolus just below Figure 23.19 The crossover point (knot of Henry) in the. a c Peroneus Brevis Peroneus Longus L b M ...

Google previewThe Homœopathic Vade Mecum of Modern Medicine and Surgery ... Second Edition, Much Improved and Enlarged (1867)

by Edward Harris RUDDOCK

Ophthalmia tarsi is a chronic inflammation of that portion of the conjunctiva which lines the eyelids, with disordered secretion of the Meibomian glands ; the conjunctiva becomes thickened and its villi enlarged, giving rise to constant irritation, ...

Google previewFoot Problems in Older People (2008)

Assessment and Management by Hylton B. Menz

229–231 SINUS TARSI SYNDROME The sinus tarsi is a conical cavity that acts as a boundary between the ...

Google previewClinical MR Imaging (2010)

A Practical Approach by Peter Reimer, Paul M. Parizel, James F.M. Meaney, Falko-Alexander Stichnoth

Sinus Tarsi The sinus tarsi is a cone-shaped space interposed between the inferolateral border of the talus and the superolateral surface of the calcaneus. The sinus tarsi is predominantly filled with fat, allowing the space to narrow slightly on ...

Google previewThe Naturalist (1892)

We have already seen that the five-jointed tarsi is a June 1892, SHARP : HYDRADEPHAGA OF LAN CASHIRE AND CHESHIRE.

Google previewNothnagel's Encyclopedia of Practical Medicine (1905)

by Carl Wilhelm Hermann Nothnagel, Alfred Stengel

Palpi banded, last hind tarsi white. (12) Mr. maun'h'anus: Two hind tarsi white; wing fringe entirely brown. (13) Mr. ziemam': Two and two-thirds hind tarsi white; small pale spots at middle of costa, and an apical wing fringe spot. Africa.

Google previewNothnagel's Encyclopedia of practical medicine. v. 10, 1910 (1905)

by Hermann Nothnagel

Palpi banded, last hind tarsi white. (12) Mr. mauritianus: Two hind tarsi white; wing fringe entirely brown. (13) Mr. Ziemani: Two and two-thirds hind tarsi white; small pale spots at middle of costa, and an apical wing fringe spot. Africa.

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

Tarsi feathered to the root of the toes. Falco fulvus, melanāetos, niger, mogilnik of Gmelin. F. chrysaetos. F. naevius, maculatus. Gen. 2. Haliaetus of Savigny.— Tarsi clothed with feathers at the upper half, and with demiescutchions upon the ...

Google previewStoddart's Encyclopaedia Americana (1883)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature, and Companion to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. (9th Ed.) and to All Other Encyclopaedias

Legs short, near centre of equilibrium of the body ; position of the body horizontal, or nearly so, in standing and walking ; knee buried in the common integument of the body ; tarsi scutel- late or reticulate, or both. Like the gallinaceous, the ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster (1830)

by Edinburgh encyclopaedia

Tarsi with small pulvilli . Cemonus minulus . Jurine .

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1918)

A Library of Universal Knowledge

Antennae long, slender, filiform; tarsi five-jointed; maxillae highly developed, three- lobed, the outer palpus shaped. (Ground and tiger beetles). Series 2. Lamellicornia. Antennae short, the terminal joints leaf-like; tarsi five-jointed. Series 3.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Tarsi with entire joints. GENUs CCLXXII. PAUsus. Linnaeus, Fabricius, Thunberg, Herbst, Afzelius, Donovan, Latreille. Antennae two-jointed, the last very large and irregular. Sh. 1. Microceflhalus. Paussus microcefishalus. Linnaeus, Thunberg ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art (1842)

Comprising the History, Description, and Scientific Principles of Every Branch of Human Knowledge; with the Derivation and Definition of All the Terms in General Use by William Thomas Brande

The Cicadariae, having the tarsi three-jointed, and the antennae yery short, terminated by a fine bristle. 2. The Aphidiens, having the tarsi two-jointed, and the antennae longer, without a terminal bristle ; containing the families Aphidae and ...

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