tympanic ring, ii. 544.
ossicles, or small bones of the ear, ii, 546.
incus, or anvil-bone, ii. 546.
malleus, or hammer-bone, ii. 546.
stapes, or stirrup-bone, ii. 547.
position, connexions, and articulations of
small bones of the ear, ii. 547.
muscles of the small bones, ii. 548.
interims mallei s. tensor tympani, ii.
stapedius, or muscle of the stapes, ii.
2. the external ear, including the auditory passage,
A. the auricle, or the ear (auricula s. pinna),
anthelix, ii. 551.
antitragus. ii. 551.
helix, ii. 550.
tragus, ii. 551 .
ligaments of the ear, ii. 551.
anterior, ii. 551.
HEARING, ORGAN OF continued.
muscles of the ear, ii. 551 .
extrinsic muscles, or those which move
the ear as a whole, ii. 551.
anterior muscle, attrahens auri-
elevator auris, attollens auriculam,
retractor muscles, retrahentes
auriculam, ii. 552.
intrinsic muscles, ii. 552.
antitragicus, ii. 552.
helicis major, ii. 552.
minor, ii. 552.
transversus auriculae, ii. 552.
B. the external auditory passage, meatus audi-
torius externus, ii. 552.
arteries of the external ear and tympanum
cartilaginous and membranous portion of
the external auditory passage, ii.
ceruminous glands, ii. 553.
eur-wax, ii. 553. See CERCMEN.
incisurze Santorinianse, ii. 553.
lymphatics, ii. 556.
nerves of the accessory parts of the appa-
ratus of hearing, ii. 554.
nerves of the auricle and auditory passage,
nerves of the tympanum, ii. 554.
anastomosis, nervous, in the tympa-
num, ii. 554.
chorda tympani, ii. 554.
intumescentia gangliformis nervi fa-
cialis, ii. 554.
nervus petrosus superfidalis, ii. 554.
tympanicus, ii. 554."
ramus auricularis nervi vagi, ii. 554.
III. Development and abnormal conditions of the organ
of hearing, ii. 557.
A. of the ear-bulb, ii. 557.
B. of the tympanum and its contents, ii. 559.
cavity of the tympanum, ii. 559.
small bones ot the tympanum, ii. 560.
C. of the external ear, ii. 5G1.
IV. parallel between the ear and the eye, ii. 562.
Hearing, organ of (in comparative anatomy). See under
the heading of each sub-kingdom and class.
HEARING (in physiology), ii. 564.
preliminary observations on sound, ii. 565.
pitch, intensity, and quality, in musical sounds, ii.
reflexion of sound, ii. 566.
See also Sound.
office of each part of the auditory apparatus in the
function of hearing, ii. 567.
I. the internal ear, ii. 5G7.
cochlea, function of the, ii. 568.
otolithi and otoconia, office of the, ii. 5(i7.
semicircular canals and sinus commune,
function of, ii. 569. 577.
vestibule, the essential part, ii. 567. 577.
II. the accessory parts of the organ, ii. 571.
auricle, ii. 571.
Eustachian tube, ii. 576.
tympanum and its contents, ii. 572. 577.
summary of the functions of the several portions of the
organ of hearing, ii. 576, 577.
hearing in infancy, i. 73.
in old age, i.80.
relation of the fifth pair of nerves to the sense of ii.
HEART, HUMAN, (normal anatomy), ii. 578.
position, form, and external surface, ii. 578.
right auricle, ii. 579.
external surface, ii. 579.
internal surface, ii. 579.
annulus s. isthmus Vieusseni, ii. 580.
auriculo-ventricular opening, ii. 580.
Eustachian valve, remains of the (foraminis
ovalis anterior valvula), ii. 580.
foramina Thebesii, ii. 580.
fossa ovalis, s. vestigium foraminis ovalis, ii.
musculi pectinati, ii. 580.
tuberculum Loweri, ii. 580.
valvula Thebesii, ii. 580.
right ventricle, ii. 580.
external surface, ii. 580.
internal surface, ii. 580.
chordae tendinae, ii. 581.
columnae carneae, ii. 580.
corpora Arantii, ii. 581.
musculi papillares, ii. 581.
semilunar valves, ii. 581.
sinuses of Valsalva, ii. 582.
valvula tricuspis s. triglochin, ii. 581.
left auricle, ii. 582.
external surface, ii. 582.
internal surface, ii. 582.)
1 1 1 v , I . A N \ f UM Y OF THE Continued.
left ventricle, ii. 582.
cxtern.-il surface, ii. 582
internal surface, ii. f>82.
bicuspid or mitral valve, ii. 583.
>< nfiliiuar valves, 11
sinuses of Valsalva, ii. 584.
circumference of the aortic and pulmonary orifices, ii.
measurements, ii. 587.
relative capacities of the several cavities, ii. 585.
measurements, ii. 586.
relative dimensions of the auriculo-ventricular orifices,
jx-ptum of the ventricles, ii. 584.
size ;md weight of the heart, ii. 587. G83, note.
thickness of walls of cavities of, ii. 585.
measurements, ii. 585.
sti ucture of the heart, ii. 587.
bl < d-vessels of the heart, ii. 596; iv. 1414.
great coronary vein, ii. 596.
sinus of the coronary vein, ii. 597.
smaller anterior coronary vein, ii. 5<7.
smaller posterior coronary vein, ii. 597.
venae minims, or veins or Thebesius, ii. 597.
inner membrane of the heart, ii. 594.
lymphatics of the heart, ii. 597 ; iii. 229, 230.
n'mscular tissue, ii. 590.
of auricles, ii. 593.
of ventricles, ii. f>90.
nerves of the heart, ii. 595.
cardiac, inferior, left, and middle, ii. 595.
cardiac plexus, ii. 595.
motor influence of the sympathetic in reference
to the heart, s. 4GO.
pericardium, ii. 597.
uses, ii. 698.
vessels within the pericardium, relative posi-
tion of the, ii. 598.
tendinous texture of the heart, ii. 687.
arterial tendinous ring*, ii. 587.
attachment of the middle coat of the arteries
to the arterial tendinous rings, ii. 589.
auriculo-ventricular tendinous rings, ii. 587.
tendinous structure in the arterial valves, ii.589.
tendinous structure in the auriculo-ventricular
valves, ii. 539.
peculiarities of the foetal heart, ii. 599.
Eustachian v;ilve, ii. 599.
valve of the foramen ovale, ii, 599.
the heart in infancy, i. 65.
a-symmetry of the'heart, iv. 846
HEART," PHYSIOLOGY OK THE, ii. 600.
action of the valves, mode of, ii. 600.
iMu<e of motion of the heart, ii. 610.
constancy of the action of the heart, ii. 013.
duration of contractility after death, ii. 608. See also
frequency of the heart's action, ii. 609.
number of pulsations in a minute in different
animals, ii. 609.
See also ASPHYXIA.
impulse of the heart, ii. 604.
hypotheses of the manner in which the apex of the
heart is made to impinge against the parietes of
the chest, ii. COS.
action of the heart in relation to the force of im-
pulsion and direction which it communicates to
the blood, i. 6-55.
irritability of the heart, ii. 612 ; iii. 29.
upon "what does it depend ? ii. 612.
most irritable parts of the heart, ii. 607.
See also CONTRACTILITY ; IRRITABILITY.
movements of the heart, ii. 602.
systole and diastole of the auricles, ii. 602.
systole and diastole of the ventricles, ii. 603.
regularity of tlie heart's movements, ii. 613.
sounds of the heart rhythm of the heart, ii. 614.
first sound, ii. 616.
second sound, ii 617.
influence of the spinal cord upon the functions of the
heart, iii 721 S.
effects of narcotics on the, iii. 30.
action of certain external agents on the vital power of
the, i. 723.
HEART, ARRANCEMP.NT or THE FIBRES OF THE, ii. 619.
the fasciculi, ii. 621.
the bands, ii. 621.
the layers, ii. 621.
the rope, ii. 621.
demonstration, ii. 621.
di-section, ii. 622.
first, second, and third stage, ii. 622, 623.
second method of, ii. H23.
first, second, and third stage, ii. 623625.
rec.ipitulation, ii. 6'26.
the septum ventriculorum, ii. (327.
the right ventricle, ii. 627.
boundary of the, ii. 628.
conical form of the heart, ii. f>28.
construction of the auricles, ii. 628.
septum auriculorum, ii. 629.
HKART, ABNORMAL CONDITIONS ov IHE, ii. 630.
1. Congenital abnormal conditions ii. 334. 630 ; iv. 949.
aberrations of position ect< pia cordis, ii. 630.
absence of the pericardium, ii. 633.
anomalous connexions of the vessels, ii. 35.
defect of development, malformations by, ii. 631.
displacement or ectoi-ia of the heart as a conse-
quence of disease, ii. 635.
excess of development, malformations by, ii. 634.
valves, malformations of the, ii. 633.
II Morbid alterations in the muscular tubstanceof the
heart, ii. 636.
aneurism of the heart, ii. 640.
atrophy of the heart, ii. 642.
cartilaginous and osseous transformations, ii. G37.
dilatation of the cavities of die heart, passive
aneurism, ii. 640.
dilatation of the orifices of the heart, ii. 640.
fatty destruction of the heart's substance, iv. 96.
hypertrophy, ii. 638.
simple, i. e. without change in the capacity of
the cavities, ii. 638.
concentric,! e. with diminution of capacity, ii.
excentric, i.e. with dilatation or increased
capacity, active aneurism, ii. 639.
cor bovinum, ii. 639.
induration, ii. 637 ; iv 707.
inflammation carditis proper, ii. 636.
melanosis, ii. 638.
medullary fungus, encephaloid tumours, ii. 637.
morbid deposit of fat on the heart, fatty degenera-
tion, ii. 642.
rupture of the heart, ii. 643
scirrhus, ii. 637.
suppuration, ii. 636.
tubercles, ii. 637.
ulceration, ii. 637.
III. Morbid states of the membranes of the heart, ii. 643.
chronic valvular diseases, ii. 646.
atrophy of the valves, ii. 647.
chronic endocarditis, ii. 646.
dilatation of the valves, ii. 647-
osseous deposits, ii. 647.
ossification, ii. 647.
thickening of the edges of the valves, ii. 646.
cysts, ii. 615.
endocarditis, morbid states of the endocardium,
entozoa in the heart, ii. 647.
hydrops pericardti or hydropericardium, ii. 645.
pericarditis, morbid states of the pericardium, ii.
pneurnopericardium, ii. 645.
softening of the lining membrane, iv. 708.
tubercular formations, ii. 645.
white spot on the heart, ii. 644.
states of the blood in the heart after death, ii. 648.
Heartburn, causes of, iii. 759, 760.
Hearts, lymphatic, of reptiles, iv. 302.
HEAT, ANIMAL, ii. 648.
an essential condition for the performance of vital
actions, iii. 147.
temperature of the human body, ii. 649.
of Mammalia, ii. 649.
of Birds, ii. 649.
of Reptiles, ii. 649.
of Fishes, ii. 649.
of Insects, ii. 6-iO.
of Crustacea, ii. 650.
of Mollusca, ii. 650.
general conditions of organisation in relation with the
production of a greater or less degree of heat, iii. 650.
temperature of different parts of the body, ii. 654
relation between the temperature ol internal parts,
relations in point of temperature between external
parts, ii. 655.
difference of temperature according to depth, ii.
influence of external temperature generally, ii. 658.
variations in the temperature of animal bodies in a
state of health independently of external tempera-
ture, ii. 658.
influence of the natural temperature of the air on that
of the body, ii. 658.
influence of temperature on the vitality of cold-
blooded animals, ii. 673.
influence of temperature on the vitality of warm-
blooded animals, and of man, in the states of
health and disease, ii. 674.
effects of various other causes of modification in ex-
ternal agents, ii. 680.
means for effecting a reduction of animal heat, ii.
affusion of cold water, ii. 681.
air, natural temperature of, ii. 680.
in a state of motion or at rest, ii. 681.
sudden transitions of, ii. 6l.
bloodletting, ii. 681.
diaphoretics and purgatives, ii. 682.
diet and regimen, ii. 682.
HEAT, ANIMAL continued.
means for effecting an increase of animal heat, ii.
quinia, ii. 682.
confirmation of general results, ii 682.
of f'e physical cause of animal heat, ii. 683.
Lavoisier's theory of combustion of the carbon and
hydrogen of the blood by the oxygen of the air,
influence of the spinal cord on the function of calorifi-
cation, iii. 72 IS.
impaired evolution of heat during the sleep of hiber-
nating animals, ii.767.
influence of different media upon temperature, ii. 659.
effects of external temperature upon an isolated part of
the body, ii. 660.
effects of partial t-o >ling, ii. 660.
effects of partial heating, ii. 660. .
effects of an excessively high or excessively low
external temperature upon the temperature of
the body, ii. 660.
influence of evaporation, ii. 661.
relations of the bulk of the body to animal heat, ii.
relations of age to animal heat, ii. 662.
periods of youth at which the bodily temperature
differs from that of the adult age, ii. 603.
differences of constitution in relation to the production
of heat among animals, ii. 667.
influence of the seasons on the production of animal
heat, ii. 668.
differences according to the nature of the climate,
influence of sleep on the production of heat, ii. 670.
phenomena presented by hibernating animals with
regard to the production of heat, ii. 671.
of the system upon which the external temperature
acts primarily and principally, ii. 673.
difference between the heat of very young animals and
of that of hibernating animals, ii. 761. 768.
loss of heat sustained by animals which are born blind
when removed from the contact of their parents, ii.
loss of heat a sign of approaching death, i. 801.
development of heat in insects, ii. 988. See IN-
animal and vegetable heat compared, i. 136.
mode in which heat is engendered, i. 136.
periodical heat in animals, ii. 441. See GENERATION.
Hedgehog family (Erinaceadae), ii. 994.
muscular and spiny covering of the hedgehog, ii. 999.
uses of, ii. 1004, 1005.
structure of the spines of the, s. 498.
pelvis of the, s. 104.
hibernation of the, ii. 764. See HIBERNATION.
Heel-bone, or os calcis. ii. 339.
Hfight of the human body at different ages, i. 74.
Helamys (Cape jerboa, or jumping hare), anatomy of the,
iv. 372. et seq.
Helix, ii.550, 551.
helicis major muscle, ii. 552.
minor muscle, ii. 552.
Hdix albolabris, biliary organs of, iv. 448.
pomatia, generative process of, ii. 3!<7, 398.
spermatozoa in the, ii. 113 ; iv. 486.
H:locera, a tribe of Coleoptera, ii. 860.
characters of the tribe, ii. 860.
Hemadynamo meter, of Poiseuille, i. 662.
Hemerobidce, or lace-winged flies, ii. 865.
Hemicephalia, iv. 954. See Acrania.
Hemielliptical fovea, ii. 530.
Hemiplegia, Hi- 3740.
effects of galvanism in cases of, iii 38. 41 .
Hemiptera, an order of Insecta, ii. 868.
characters of the order, ii. K68.
nervous system of the, iii. 610.
Hemispheres of the brain, iii. 678.
insensibility of the hemispheres to pain from me-
chanical division or irritation, iii. 723 C.
Hemispherical fovea, ii. 530.
Hepatic artery, i. 194, 195 ; iii. 171 ; s. 326.
origin and course, iii. 171.
distribution, iii. 171.
vaginal arteries, iii. 171.
interlobular arteries, iii. 171.
lobular arteries, iii. 171.
Hepatic duct, iii. 164. 169.
vaginal ducts and vaginal | lexus, iii. 109.
interlobular ducts, iii. 169.
lobular ducts and lobular plexus, iii. 169.
termination of the biliary ducts, iii. 170.
vascularity of the biliary ducts, iii. 170.
mucous membrane at.d follicles of the biliary ducts,
See also LIVER.
Hepatic plexus of nerves, iii. 174 ; iv. 1414 ; s. 429.
trunks, iii. 173.
veins, iii. 172; iv. 1414.
interlobular veins, iii. 173.
sub-lobular veins, iii. 173.
hepatic trunks, iii. 173.
venous canals, iii. 173.
r, vegetative system among the lower, a. 232.
first period from the germination of the spore, s. 233.
development of the antheridia, s, 233.
of the archegonia, s. 233.
second period fructification of the archegonia, s.
changes preparatory to the development of the spores,
development of the spore.*, s. 234.
Hepatico-duodenal ligaments, s. 341.
Hepatitis, lobular, iii. 188.
membranous, acute, iii. 183.
complication with congestion of the substance of the
liver, iii. 183.
characters of the urine in, iv. 1291.
Hereditary qualities, mental and physica : , phenomena ol
the transmission of, from parent to offspiing, ii. 471.
HERMAPHRODITISM. or Hermaphrodism, ii. 084.
classification of hermaphroditic malformations, ii. 685.
I. Spurious hermuphroditism, ii. 685.
A. in the female, ii. 685.
1. abnormal development or magnitude of the
clitoris, ii. 686.
in some of the lower animals, ii. 689.
2. prolapsus uteri, ii. 090.
B. in the male, ii. 690.
1. extroversion of the urinary bladder, ii. 691.
2. adhesion of the inferior surface of the penis
to the scrotum by a band of integuments,
iii. 691. See BLADDER ; TERATOLOGY.
3. fissure of the inferior part of the urethra,
perin a;um, &c., ii. 691
in some of the lower animals, ii. 695.
II. True hermaphroditism, ii. 695.
A. lateral hermaphroditism, ii. 6C6.
1. ovary on the left side and testeson the right,
2. testicle on the left and ovary on the right,
B. transverse hermaphroditism, ii. 701.
1. transverse hermaphroditism with the ex-
ternal sexual organs of the female type,
2. transverse hermaphroditism with the ex-
ternal sexual organs of the male type, ii.
C. double, or vertical, hermaphroditism, ii. 706.
1. male vesiculae seminales, &c., supcraddud
to organs of the female sexual type, ii. 707.
2. imperfect female uterus, c., superadded
to a sexual organisation essentially male,
3. Co-existence of female ovaries and male
testicles, ii. 711.
two testicles and one ovary, ii. 712.
two testicles and two ovaries, ii. 712.
III. Hermaphroditism as manifested in the general
conformation of the body, and in the secondary
sexual characters, ii. 714.
General summary with regard to the nature of herma-
phroditic malformations, ii. 722.
1. varieties of spurious hermaphroditism, ii. 722.
2. nature of true hermaphroditic malformations,
anatomical degree of sexual duplicity in hermaphro-
ditism, ii. 728.
1. fallacies in judging of the addition of male
seminal ducts to a female type of sexual or-
gans, ii. 729.
2. fallacies in the supposed co-existence of a
female'uterus with testicles and other organ
of a male sexual type, ii. 730.
3. fallacies in the supposed co-existence of tes-
ticles and ovaries, ii. 731.
physiological degree of sexual perfection in herma-
phrodites, i. 145; ii. 434. 732.
causes of hermaphroditic malformations, ii. 733.
hermaphroditism in double monsters, ii. 736.
See also TERATOLOGY.
Hermella, ovum of, s. [117,] [118.]
Hermit-crab, nervous system of the, iii. 613.
HERNIA (morbid anatomy), ii 738; s. 405.
circumstances under which protrusions of the abdo-
minal viscera take place, varieties, &c., ii. 738.
enterocele, epiplocele,and entero-epip'ocele, ii. 738.
arrangement of hernia?, ii. 741.
irreducible hernia, ii.7-11.
reducible, ii. 741, 742.
strangulated, ii. 741. 743.
causes which seem to produce the strangu-
lation, ii. 743.
effect of strangulation on the structures
within the sac, ii. 74;~>.
effect of strangulation on the viscera
within the cavity of the abdomen, ii. 745.
symptoms and progress, ii. 74o.
congenital hernia, ii. 740.
crural or femoral hernia, ii. 7-'i6.
affections which may be confounded with it, ii. 760.
symptoms and progress of the disease, ii. 7ft9.
definition, ii. 738.
hernial sac, ii. 738.
inguinal hernia, oblique, ii. 7"0.
affections which may possibly be confounded with
it, ii. 753.
See also ABDOMEN.
inguinal hernia by direct descent, ii. 755.
causes, ii. 755.
how distinguishable f:ora oblique hernia, ii. 756.
umbilical hernia, ii. 761.
congenital, ii. 761.
of more advanced periods of life, ii. 762, 7(3
symptoms, ii. 7;4.
J/t'/nia in particular:
cerebri, or encephalocele. iii. 719; iv. 141. 954. 956.
of the foetus in utero. ii. 3^0.
diaphragmatic, of foetus in utero, ii. 319.
fascia propria of the hernial sac, i. 13.
fascia spermatica in old herniae, i. 5.
fatty, iv. 129.
of foetus in utero, ii. 319. 320.
humoralis, iv. 1006.
infantilis, iv. 1002.
inguinal, congenital, i. 508; s. 404.
inguinal herniae, external and internal, i. 13.
operations for, i. 15.
inguinal, of foetus in utero. ii. 319.
intercolumnal bands in old herniae, i. 5.
of ovary, s. 574.
perinea'!, seat of, iii. 932.
testis, iv. 1007.
of tunica vaginalis, encysted, iv. 1002.
umbilical, congenital, i. 508 ; iv. 950.
congenital, acquired, iv. 950.
of foetus in utero. ii. 319.
of the u> inary bladder, i. 395.
at the crural ring, i. 396.
at the perineum, i. 396,
through the vagina, i. 396.
of the uterus, s. 634.
ventral, congenital, iv. 950.
Hernial tumours of the glutaeal region, ii. 502.
Ili'rophilus, press of, iii. 631.
Hen ing, an inhabitant of the arctic seas, iii. 13.
mode of migrating in shoals, iii. 13.
eyes of, iii. 1' 02.
pyloric caeca of the, s. 94.
tongue oi the. iv. 1146.
IL'teradelphi, iv. 968.
Heterogangliata, a di* ision of Mollusca, iii. 364.
muscular system in the, iii. 540.
H.-teromera, a section of the order Coleoptera, ii. 863.
characters of the section, ii. 863.
Hexuprotodon, an extinct genus of Pachydermata, which
Hiatus ethmoidalis i. 730.
Fallopii, i. 733 ; iv. 545.
palatinus, i. 727.
Rivinianus, ii. 560.
HIBERNATION, ii. 764 ; iii. 31. 157.
definition, ii. 765.
effects of hibernation, order of consideration of the, ii.
enumeration of hibernating animals, ii. 776.
I. Of sleep, ii, 776.
II. Of the sleep of hibernating animals, ii. 766.
difference between the heat of very young and of
that of hibernating animals, ii. 768. 771.
phenomena presented in the state of the respira-
tion and with regard to the evolution of heat of
hibernating animals, ii. 671. 767. See also HEAT,
III. Of perfect hibernation, ii. 768.
causes, i. *63; ii. 768.
condition of the several functions in hibernation,
circulation, ii. 771.
defaecation, ii. 768. 77'2.
irritability, ii. 772. 775, 776.
muscular fibre, motility of, ii. 773.
nervous system, ii. 772.
respiration, ii. 769.
comparative temperature of hibernating
animals with that of the atmosphere, ii.
sanguification, ii. 768.
nourishment of hibernating animals by absorp-
tion of their own fat, ii 153.
methods adopted by hibernating animals for secu-
riug themselves from disturbance and excite-
ment, ii. 774 ; iii 12.
IV. Of revivescence, ii. 774.
V. Of torpor from cold, ii. 77"..
difference between torpor and hibernation; ii. 775.
See also IRRITABILITY.
difference between simple sleep and hibernation, iv.
Hibernating ova. s. [117.] , . See Ovr.M.
of Rotifera, s. .
Hibernation of plants, iii. 157.
Hilum of the kidney, iv. 234.
Hiltts lienalis, IT. 771.
Hindoo, portrait of a female, of Pondicherry, iv. 1350.
Hindoos, variety in the complexion of the different races of,
HIP- JOINT, anatomy of the (in human anatomy), ii. 776.
arteries, ii. 779.
bones, ii. 776.
acetabulum, ii, 776.
head of the femur, ii. 777.
cartilage, ii. 777.
fibro-cartilage, ii. 777.
ligaments, ii. 777.
round ligaments, i. 251 ; ii. 778.
capsular ligament, ii. 77*.
motions of which the hip-joint is susceptible, ii. 779.
nerves, ii. 779.
synovial membrane, ii. 779.
HIP-JOINT, abnormal conditions of the, ii. 780.
I. Congenital malformations, ii. 780.
original luxation, ii. 780.
anatomical characters of the affection, ii. 782.
history of a case of congenital malformation
of the left hip-joint, with the anatomical
examination of the articulation, ii. 784.
history of a second case, ii. 786.
II. Disease, ii. 787.
inflammation of the syuovial membrane and other
structures, ii. 787.
arthritis coxae acute, ii. 790.
anatomical characters, ii. 792.
cases, ii. 790. 791.
arthritic coxae, chronic strumous, ii. 793.
anatomical characters, ii. 795
cases, ii. 795. 7V6.
arthritic coxae, chronic rheumatic morbus coxae
senilis. chronic r eumatim, ii. 798.
anatomical characters, ii. 801.
causes, ii. 798.
history of the disease, ii. 798.
similar disease affecting other articulations
(see ELBOW; HAND ; KNEE; SHOULDER).
symptoms, ii. 799.
history of two cases, ii. 799. 800.
bones, strumous osteitis, morbus coxae, scro-
fulous affection of the hip-joint, ii. 789.
cartilages, inflammation and destruction of the,
" diffuse " inflammation, case of, ii. 788.
synovitis coxae with periostitis, ii. 788.
symptoms of the early stages oi diseases of the hip-
joint, iii. 721 H, 722 H.
influence of hip-joint disease upon the pelvis, s. 208.
III. Accident, ii. 802.
i. fractures, ii. 802.
1. fracture of the acetabulum, it 802.
A. fractuie of its fundus, ii. 802.
po>t mortem examination of a case,
B. fracture of its brim, ii. 80'*.
history of a case, ii. 803.