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Identifier: 61022090R.nlm.nih.gov
Title: Anatomy and physiology : designed for academies and families
Year: 1847 (1840s)
Authors: Cutter, Calvin, 1807-1873?
Subjects: Anatomy Physiological Processes
Publisher: Boston : Mussey
Contributing Library: U.S. National Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons, U.S. National Library of Medicine

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hoAngers. The muscle 9 extends the little finger. The muscle 13 extends the metacarpalbone of the thumb, and its first phalanx. The muscle 1-1 extends the last bone of thathumb. The muscles 10, 13 and 14 move the hand laterally. Fl. 71- The deep laver of muscles on the posterior aspect of the fore-arm. 1, Tholower part of the humerus. 2, The olecranon. 3. The ulna. 4, The anconeus muscle.6 The supinator brevis. 6, The extensor ossis metacarpi pollicis. 7, The extensorprlmi intemodii pollicis. 8. The extensor secundi intemodii pollicis. 9, The extensor Describe Figs.70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75. 106 ANATOMY AND TRYSIOLOGY. Indicis. 10, The first dorsal interosseous muscle. The other three dorsal Jr .erosse-ous muscles are seen between the metacarpal bones of their respective fingeis. The muscle 5 turns the palm of the hand up. The muscle 6 extends the metacarpalbone of the thumb. The muscles 7 and 8 extend the first and second bones of thethumb. The muscle 9 extends the fore-finger. Kig. 72.

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Fig. 72. Represents the muscles of the hand. 2. 2, The origin and insertion of theabductor pollicis muscle. 3, The opponens pollicis. 4. 5, The bellies of the flexor brevigpollicis. 6, The adductor pollicis. 7, 7. The lumbricales muscles, arising from thetendons of the deep flexor upon which the numbers are placed. The tendons of theflexor sublimis have been removed from the palm of the hand. 8, One of the tendonsof the deep flexor, passing between the two terminal slips of the flexor sublimis toreach the last phalanx. All the tendons of the deep flexor pass through a similar slipin the tendons of the Bexor sublimis. 9, The tendon of the flexor longus pollicis,passing between the two portions of the flexor brevis to the first phalanx. 30, Theabductor minimi digiti. 11,1 he flexor brevis minimi digiti. 12, The prominence ofthe pisiform bone. 16, The first dor3al interosseous muscle. The muscle d bends the metacarpal bone and first phalanx of the thumb. The mus-cles 4. 5 anil (j draw th

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