Autonomic nerves and ganglia of the abdomen and pelvis
24 x 19 cm.
Autonomic nerves and ganglia of the abdomen and pelvis, with abdominal organs, shown in isolation. Liver, stomach reflected upward, small intestine removed to show sympathetic chain and ganglia, hepatic, aortic, celiac, mesenteric, and hypogastric plexus. Lumbosacral plexus partly visible. Nerve branches to diaphragm, spleen, adrenal gland, large intestine, penis, testis, spermatic cord, bladder shown. Lateral view.
Plate signed by the artist, West; and by the engraver, Finden.
Part of the book: Swan, Joseph, 1791-1874. A demonstration of the nerves of the human body. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1834.
Finden, William, 1787-1852
Ganglia, SympatheticAutonomic PathwaysCeliac PlexusHypogastric PlexusAutonomic PathwaysAbdomenLiverStomachSpleenDiaphragmAdrenal GlandsKidneyIntestine, LargePenisTestisSpermatic CordBladder
A demonstration of the nerves of the human body