The Crural artery (right thigh) unknown
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The Crural artery (right thigh)
Illustration showing the Crural and Iliac arteries' path across the Femur. Annotations: A-The Crural and Iliac arteries, with the lymphatics passing up along with them B-The thigh bone C-The os Ilium Plate 3 from An Inquiry into the Nature and Cause of that Swelling in One or Both of the Lower Extremities which sometimes happens to lying-in women by Charles White (FRS), 1801 (Manchester, W. Shelmerdine & Co.). Inscribed: 'Pl 3'
Original: engraving. 1801
- Image reference: RS-10267
- The Royal Society
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