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Author: Keill, James, 1673-1719.
Title: The anatomy of the humane body abridged, or, A short and full view of all the parts of the body together with their several uses drawn from their compositions and structures.
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Print source: The anatomy of the humane body abridged, or, A short and full view of all the parts of the body together with their several uses drawn from their compositions and structures.
Keill, James, 1673-1719.

London: Printed for William Keblewhite ..., 1698.
Notes:
Written by J. Keill. Cf. Wing.
Errata: p. [25] at beginning.
Advertisements: p. [7]-[8] at end.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Subject terms:
Anatomy, Human -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47113.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Very Worthy and Ingenious Dr. EDWARD TYSON, Fellow of the COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS, and of the ROYAL-SOCIETY, Physician to Bethlem-HOSPITAL, and Lecturer of ANATOMY at the Chirurgeons-Hall in LONDON.
PREFACE.
ERRATA.
THE ANATOMY OF THE Humane Body ABRIDGED.
CHAP. I. Of the Component, External, and Common Parts of the Body.
SECTION I. Of the Component Parts.
SECT. II. Of the External Parts.
SECT. III. Of the Common Parts or Teguments of the Epiderma or Cuticula.
SECT. IV. Of the Skin.
SECT. V. Of the Hair.
SECT. VI. Of the Fat.
SECT. VII. Of the Membrana Adiposa, Carnosa, Com∣munis, and Propria Musculorum.
CHAP. II. Of the Lower Belly.
SECT. I. Of the Muscles in General.
SECT. II. Of the Muscles of the Lower Belly.
SECT. III. Of the Peritonaeum.
SECT. IV. Of the Navel.
SECT V. Of the Omentum.
SECT. VI. Of the Oesophagus.
SECT. VII. Of the Stomach.
SECT. VIII. Of the Intestines.
SECT. IX. Of the Mesentery, Lacteal Vessels, receptacle of the Chyle, and Duct•• Thoracicus.
SECT. X. Of the Glands in General.
SECT. XI. Of the Pancreas, and Succus Pan∣creaticus.
SECT. XII. Of the Liver and Gall Bladder.
SECT. XIII. Of the Spleen.
SECT. XIV. Of the Kidneys, Glandulae Renales, Ʋreters and Bladder.
SECT. XV. Of the Parts of Generation proper to Man.
SECT. XVI. Of the Parts of Generation proper to Women.
SECT. XVII. Of the Generation of the Foetus, of the Ʋmbilical Vessels, of the Placenta, of the Posture of the Foetus, and term of Delivery.
CHAP. III. Of the Thorax, or Middle Cavity.
SECT. I. Of the Dugs.
SECT. II. Of the Diaphragma, or Midriff.
SECT. III. Of the Pleura, Mediastinum, and Thymus.
SECT. IV. Of the Pericardium, Heart, and its Parts.
SECT. V. Of the Lungs.
SECT. VI. Of the Larynx.
CHAP. IV. Of the Upper Cavity, or Head.
SECTION I. Of the Frontal and Occipital Muscles; and of the Pericranium.
SECT. II. Of the Dura and Pia Mater.
SECT. III. Of the Cerebrum and Cerebellum.
SECT. IV. Of the Eyes.
SECT. V. Of the Ear.
SECT. VI. Of the Nose.
SECT. VII. Of the Mouth and Tongue.
CHAP. V. Of the Bones.
SECT. I. Of the Bones in general.
SECT. II. Of the Cartilages and Ligaments in general.
SECT. III. Of the Articulations of the Bones.
SECT. IV. Of the Bones of the Cranium.
SECT. V. Of the Bones of the Ʋpper Jaw.
SECT. VI. Of the Lower Jaw.
SECT. VII. Of the Teeth.
SECT. VIII. Of the Spine and Vertebrae.
SECT. IX. Of the Ossa Innominata.
SECT. X. Of the Ribs.
SECT. XI. Of the Breast Bone.
SECT. XII. Of the Claviculae and Scapulae.
SECT. XIII. Of the Bones of the Arm and Hand.
SECT. XIV. Of the Bones of the Thighs, Legs, and Feet.
SECT. XV. Of the Nails and Number of the Bones.
CHAP. VI. Of the Muscles which are not yet described.
SECT. I. Of the Muscles of the Face.
SECT. II. Of the Muscles of the Head.
SECT. III. Of the Muscles of the Neck.
SECT. IV. Of the Muscles of the Scapula.
SECT. V. Of the Muscles of Respiration, and of the Benders and Extensors of the Ver∣tebrae.
SECT. VI. Of the Muscles of the Humerus, or Arm.
SECT. VII. Of the Muscles of the Cubitus and Radius.
SECT. VIII. Of the Muscles of the Palm of the Hand and of the Wrist.
SECT. IX. Of the Muscles of the Fingers.
SECT. X. Of the Muscles of the Thigh.
SECT. XI. Of the Muscles of the Leg.
SECT. XII. Of the Muscles of the Foot.
SECT. XIII. Of the Muscles of the Toes.
A TABLE OF THF MUSCLES.
CHAP. VII. Of the Nerves, Veins, and Ar∣teries.
SECT. I. Of the Nerves in General.
SECT. II. Of the Nerves which come immediately out of the Skull.
SECT. III. Of the Nerves which come out between the Vertebrae.
SECT. IV. Of the Veins in General.
SECT. V. Of the Vena Porta.
SECT. VI. Of the Trunk of the Cava Ascendens.
SECT. VII. Of the Venae Subclaviae, Jugulares, and their Branches.
SECT. VIII. Of the Veins of the Arms and Hands.
SECT. IX. Of the Trunk of the Cava Descendens.
SECT. X. Of the Lymphatick Vessels.
SECT. XI. Of the Arteries in General.
SECT. XII. Of the Trunk of the Aorta Ascendens.
SECT. XIII. Of the Aorta Descendens.
A TABLE OF THF CHAPTERS and SECTIONS.
Books Printed for William Keble∣white, at the Swan in St. Paul's Church-Yard.