List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy:268

The subjects listed below are covered by the 11th chapter, titled "Splanchnology" of the 1918 version of the anatomy textbook, Gray's Anatomy.

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The respiratory apparatus (Template:GraySubject)

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The larynx (Template:GraySubject)

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Cartilages of the larynx (cartilagines laryngis)

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  • Thyroid cartilage (cartilago thyreoidea)
    • intrathyroid cartilage
  • Cricoid cartilage (cartilago cricoidea)
    • posterior quadrate lamina (lamina cartilaginis cricoideæ; posterior portion)
    • arch (arcus cartilaginis cricoideæ; anterior portion)
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Ligaments

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Interior of the Larynx

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Muscles

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Glands

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  • arytenoid glands

The trachea and bronchi (Template:GraySubject)

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The pleurae (Template:GraySubject)

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The mediastinum (Template:GraySubject)

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The lungs (Template:GraySubject)

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The digestive apparatus (Template:GraySubject)

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  • The Rectum and Anal Canal

The mouth (Template:GraySubject)

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Teeth (dentes)

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  • General characteristics of teeth
    • crown
    • root
    • neck
    • surfaces of a tooth
      • buccal surface
      • lingual surface
      • surfaces of contact
    • dental arches
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  • Structure of the teeth
    • matrix (intertubular dentin)
      • incremental lines of Salter
      • interglobular spaces
      • granular layer
      • lines of Schreger
    • enamel (substantia adamantina)
      • enamel fibers or enamel prisms (prismata adamantina)
      • parallel striae (colored lines of Retzius)
    • crusta petrosa or cement (substantia ossea)
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Tongue (lingua)

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Salivary glands

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  • Structure of the Salivary Glands
    • Langley's ganglion
  • accessory glands

The fauces (Template:GraySubject)

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The pharynx (Template:GraySubject)

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The esophagus (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Relations
    • cervical portion of the esophagus
    • thoracic portion of the esophagus

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The abdomen (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Regions of the abdomen
    • hypogastric zones

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Main peritoneal cavity (greater sac)

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Omental bursa (lesser peritoneal sac)

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Horizontal Disposition of the Peritoneum

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Peritoneal recesses or Fossæ (retroperitoneal fossæ)

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  • Peritoneal recesses or Fossæ (retroperitoneal fossæ)
    • Duodenal fossæ
      • inferior duodenal fossa
      • duodenomesocolic fold
      • superior duodenal fossa
      • duodenojejunal fold
      • duodenojejunal fossa
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  • Peritoneal recesses or Fossæ (retroperitoneal fossæ)
    • Cecal fossæ (pericecal folds or fossæ)
      • retrocecal fossæ
    • intersigmoid fossa (recessus intersigmoideus)

The stomach (Template:GraySubject)

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The small intestine (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Duodenum
    • superior portion (pars superior; first portion)
    • descending portion (pars descendens; second portion)

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The large intestine (Template:GraySubject)

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The liver (Template:GraySubject)

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Surfaces of liver

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Fossæ

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  • left sagittal fossa (fossa sagittalis sinistra; longitudinal fissure)
  • fossa for the umbilical vein
  • pons hepatis
  • fossa for the ductus venosus
  • ligamentum venosum
  • porta or transverse fissure (porta hepatis)
  • fossa for the gall-bladder (fossa vesicæ felleæ)
  • fossa for the inferior vena cava (fossa venæ cavæ)

Lobes

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Ligaments

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Development of liver

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Vessels and Nerves

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Structure of the Liver

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  • serous coat (tunica serosa)
  • fibrous coat (capsula fibrosa; areolar coat)
  • lobules (lobuli hepatis)
  • interlobular plexus

Microscopic Appearance

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  • intralobular vein
  • sublobular veins
  • hepatic artery
  • vaginal branches
  • capsular branches
  • interlobular branches
  • portal vein
  • interlobular plexus
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  • intralobular vein
  • sublobular vein
  • bile ducts
  • intercellular biliary passages (bile capillaries)

Excretory Apparatus of the Liver

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The pancreas (Template:GraySubject)

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The urogenital apparatus

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  • Testis
  • Descent of the Testes

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  • External organs of generation

The urinary organs

The kidneys (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Relations
    • Posterior surface (facies posterior)
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  • Extremities
    • superior extremity (extremitas superior)
    • inferior extremity (extremitas inferior)
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  • The Renal Bloodvessels
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The ureters (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Ureter proper
  • abdominal part (pars abdominalis)
  • pelvic part (pars pelvina)
  • ovarian fossa
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The urinary bladder (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Empty bladder
    • inferior surface
    • retropubic pad
  • Distended bladder
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  • Distended bladder
    • postero-superior surface
    • antero-inferior surface
    • fundus
    • summit
  • Bladder in the Child
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  • Female bladder
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The male urethra (Template:GraySubject)

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The female urethra (Template:GraySubject)

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The male genital organs

The testes and their coverings (Template:GraySubject)

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The ductus deferens (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Ductuli aberrantes
    • ductulus aberrans inferior (vas aberrans of Haller)
    • ductulus aberrans superior

The vesiculæ seminales (Template:GraySubject)

The ejaculatory ducts (Template:GraySubject)

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The penis (Template:GraySubject)

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The prostate (Template:GraySubject)

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  • base (basis prostatae)
  • apex (apex prostatae)
  • Surfaces
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    • Levatores prostatae
  • Vessels and Nerves

The bulbourethral glands (Template:GraySubject)

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The female genital organs (Template:GraySubject)

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The ovaries (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Structure
    • germinal epithelium of Waldeyer
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  • Discharge of the Ovum

The uterine tube (Template:GraySubject)

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The uterus (Template:GraySubject)

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  • nerves of uterus

The vagina (Template:GraySubject)

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The external genital organs (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Mons pubis (commissura labiorum anterior; mons Veneris)
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The mammæ (Template:GraySubject)

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The ductless glands

The thyroid gland (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Thyroid gland (Glandula Thyreiodea; Thyroid body)
  • lobes of thyroevil. thyreoideæ)

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The parathyroid glands (Template:GraySubject)

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The thymus (Template:GraySubject)

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The hypophysis cerebri (Template:GraySubject)

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The pineal body (Template:GraySubject)

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The chromaphil and cortical systems (Template:GraySubject)

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  • Development

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  • Relations
    • left suprarenal
    • accessory suprarenals (glandulæ suprarenales accessoriæ)

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The spleen (Template:GraySubject)

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