Physiological Anatomy of the Lungs

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                                No other vessels but those in connection with the 
Aorta can possibly receive any direct supply 
from this method of injecting - 
Were there any anastomoses between the Bron=
=chial <s>vessel<\s> and pulmonary vessels, it must in=
=variably happen that these latter would 
become injected whenever the Bronchial ar=
=teries were filled; but, on the contrary, such 
an event <u>never<\u> occurs and can <u>never<\u> be 
made to occur, except in an isolated portion <s>of<\s> as 
the direct result of violence - 
The injection from the Bronchial arteries, 
when properly made, is always seen to extend 
into the veins on the surface of the lungs; 
representations of these are shewn in the drawings 
Series <s>A<\s>B No<s>4<\s>5 & No<s>5<\s>6 and this result could 
not take place without the pulmonary vessels 
becoming at the same time injected, had there 
been any anastomosis between them and the 
Bronchial blood-vessels. But the injection 
from the Bronchial arteries invariably does 
pass into those veins on the surface of the 
lungs, and it can be shewn to do so in a hun=
=dred consecutive injections, without in any one 
                            
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Author
James Newton Heale
Reference
AP/43/4
Series
AP
Date
1860
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Physiological Anatomy of the Lungs, 1860. From The Royal Society, AP/43/4

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