Physiological Anatomy of the Lungs

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                                of the tissue being infiltrated with size, exuded from 
the previous injection which had become set and 
hardened; but the fact that plexus could be 
injected at all after the Bronchial artery had on 
a previous day been distended to its minutest capil=
=laries sets the question at rest as to there being 
no anastomosis between the two; because had 
there been any such anastomosis, the vessels which 
were subsequently injected from the pulmonary 
vessels could not have failed to have become injected 
in the first instance, when vessels infinitely more 
minute were filled so completely as in this specimen - 
[text?]fications 
[text?]al Bronchial 
[text?]in the Sub-
[text?] cellular 
[text?] tissue 
Having now traced the Ramifications 
of the Bronchial artery through its various 
distributions in the interior of the lungs, and 
and having arrived at the surface of the lungs what 
remains of the trunk of the Bronchial artery, reduced 
to exceedingly small dimensions are here seen to accom=
=pany those few Bronchial tubes, which open by their 
foramina on the surface of the lung, and are there spread 
out into the final capillaries, which are dispersed 
within the sub-pleural cellular tissue - The 
drawings in series B No5 and No6, illustrate this point, 
                            
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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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