Tongue, palate and branches of the trigeminal nerve and glossopharyngeal nerve
Lizars, W. H. (William Home), 1788-1859
35 x 23 cm.
Tongue, palate and branches of the trigeminal nerve (cranial nerve V) and glossopharyngeal nerve (cranial nerve IX), shown in isolation, in 4 numbered illustrations. Tongue shown with hyoid bone and laryngeal cartilages, lateral view. Tongue partially dissected with mandible divided in sagital section, showing branches of the submandibular nerve, lateral view. Tongue shown intact with branches of the glossopharyngeal nerve, superior view. Palate shown with full adult dentition, dissected section showing palatine branch of the maxillary nerve, and uvula. Inferior view.
Part of the book: Lizars, John, 1787?-1860. A system of anatomical plates of the human body, accompanied with descriptions and physiological, pathological, and surgical observations. Edinburgh: Published by W.H. Lizars, London, and W, Curry junr., Dublin, [1825?].
TongueLaryngeal CartilagesDentition, PermanentPalateTrigeminal NerveGlossopharyngeal NerveMaxillary NerveUvulaMandibular NerveDentition, PermanentTooth
A system of anatomical plates of the human body, accompanied with descriptions and physiological, pathological, and surgical observations