Anatomical Terminology; With Special Reference To The [bna] by Lewellys Franklin BarkerAnatomical Terminology; With Special Reference To The [bna] by Lewellys Franklin Barker

Anatomical Terminology; With Special Reference To The [bna]

byLewellys Franklin Barker

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1907 Excerpt: ... Krause, W.: Die anatomische Nomenclatur. Internat. Monatsschr. f. Anat. u. Physiol., 1893, x, 313. tHis, V.: "Die anatomische Nomenclatur. Nomina anatómica, Verzeichnis« der von der anatomischen Gesellschaft auf ihrer IX. Versammlung in Basel aufgenommenen Namen Eingeleitet und im Einverständniss mit dem Redactionsausschuss erlautert. Mit dreissig Abbildungen in Text und zwei Tafeln": Leipzig, Veit & Co., 1805. (Reprinted from the Arch. f. Anat. u. Physiol, anat. Abth. Leipzig, 1S95, Supplement-Band.) What the "BNA" is. The expression BNA is a shorthand title for a list of some 4500 anatomical terms (nomina anat0mica) accepted at Basle in 1895 by the Anatomical Society as the most suitable designations for the various parts of the human anatomy which are visible to the naked eye. The terms are all in correct Latin and have been selected by a group of the most distinguished anatomists in the world, working six years at their task, as the shortest and simplest available names for the different structures; the majority of the terms were already in use in the various text-books, but some of them were selected from anatomical monographs not considered in the text-books, and a few of them are brand-new, introduced into the list, where an examination of the literature and of anatomical preparations showed that none of the terms hitherto coined was satisfactory. ?ne name only is given to each structure, and the mass of synonyms which encumbered the text-books can thus be swept away. If one of the larger textbooks of gross anatomy be examined, as many as 10,000 terms will be found employed, the half of which are synonyms; and if the anatomical terms used in the various standard text-books be collected into one list, the total number amounts to m...
Title:Anatomical Terminology; With Special Reference To The [bna]Format:PaperbackDimensions:84 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.17 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217174442

ISBN - 13:9780217174442