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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.
Les details de cet exemplaire qui sont peut-dtre uniques du point de vue bibliog.aphique, qui peuvent modifier une image reproduite, ou qui peuvent exiger une modification dans la m6thode normale de filmage sont indiqu6s ci-dessous. 33 bladder, and the siiperior extends from the summit of the bladder to the umbilicus.
Les exemplaires originaux dont la couverture en papier est imprim^e sont film6s en commenpant par le premier plat et en terminant soit par la dernidre page qui comporte une empreinte d'impression ou d'illustration, soit par le second plat, selon le cas. They lie outside the internal iliac arteries behind the broad ligaments, running down to their base and tlien under them.
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.
Those too large to be entirely included in one exposure are filmed beginning in the upper left hand corner, left to right and top to bottom, as many frames as required. D., Professor of Obstktrics and Gynecology in the Medical Faculty, Queen's University, Kingston; Gyn-«cou Ogist to the Kingston General Hospital. In the opinion of the author, lectures, to be interesting, instructive, and impressive, should assume more the form ' of demonstrations, than set lectures, during which im- portant features might be made plain, knotty questions discussed, obscure points elucidated, and methods for medical and surgical treatment made clear by the aid of blackboard drawings, maps, plates, and morbid specimens, leaving the intervening material for study elsewhere. It is from six to eight inches long, and when empty is one and a half inches wide, but is capable of enormous distension.
When empty it is situated in the true pelvis and is flattened or "Y" shaped; when distended it reaches more or less into the abdominal cavity and is ovoidal.
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.
Each subdivision has been briefly described, doubtful points, or subjects open to discussion, discarded, raid oidy such treatment recommended as has stood the test of experience, believing it better to be armed with a few reliable methods of treatment than surrounded by a wilderness of uncertainty. Development of the Female Genitals 12 Wolffian diict B. It next passes over to the rectum, leaving a pouch between the two folds, Douglas' pouch or the recto- uterine pouch. The causes of the diseases of women arc niniiily Httributnbl(ot or indirect, of modi^rn life. Abnormalities produced by hereditary congenital deficiencies of development.
While imdertaking the task., acknowledged by the author to be a difficult one, it occurred to him that by extending the notes a little further the work might be- come a useful adjunct to the general practitioner, whose busy life prevents him securing on all occasions the time necessary for consulting larger works. In front it passes from the anterior abdominal wall to the summit of the bladder, which it covers as well as the posterior wall down to the level of the internal os.
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.