Physiological Anatomy of the Lungs

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                                Bronchial tube, and shews the same leaflet with 
its pedicel as in fig 6. 
In fig e are dilineated the capillary vessels belong=
=ing to the Bronchial artery, (which in this instance, 
and also in fig. a, was injected red,) ramifying 
in the substance of the fibro-cartilaginous mem=
=brane, which has been purposely denuded of 
its <s>[text?]<\s> mucous lining - 
a cast taken in plaster of Paris of the inte=
=rior of several leaflets, from which the pulmo=
=nary tissue has afterwards been dissolved away 
by caustic alkali is represented in fig. d in 
the same drawing - 
Before entering more minutely into the 
subject of the distribution of the blood-vessels 
in the Bronchial tubes, in the mucous mem=
=brane, by which these are lined, in the leaflets 
and in the structure of the lungs in general, 
as well as into the method <s>of<\s> to be adopted in 
injecting and preparing the lungs, so as 
to demonstrate the ramifications of the blood=
=vessels in each particular part, it now only 
remains to speak of the rugae, with which 
the mucous membrane of the Bronchial tube 

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James Newton Heale
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Physiological Anatomy of the Lungs, 1860. From The Royal Society, AP/43/4



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