Veins of the upper extremity . Labels: 1, axillary artery; 2, axillary veins; 3, 4, basilic; 5, point where median basilic joins basilic; 6, posterior basilic vein; 8, anterior basilic vein; 9, point where cephalic enters axillary; 10, portion same vein; 11, point where median cephalic enters cephalic; 12, lower portion cephalic vein; 13, median cephalic vein; 14, median vein; 15, anastromosing branch; 16, cephalica-pollicis veins; 17, veins of fingers; 18, palmar veins.

Veins of the Arm and Shoulder

Veins of the upper extremity . Labels: 1, axillary artery; 2, axillary veins; 3, 4, basilic; 5, point…

"The Right Axillary and Branchial Arteries, with Some of their Main Branches." — Blaisedell, 1904

Arteries

"The Right Axillary and Branchial Arteries, with Some of their Main Branches." — Blaisedell, 1904

"Some of the Larger Muscles on the Back of the Shoulder and the Arm." — Blaisedell, 1904

Muscles of the back and shoulder

"Some of the Larger Muscles on the Back of the Shoulder and the Arm." — Blaisedell, 1904

Right clavicle and scapula with ligament, from without and somewhat in front.

Clavicle and Scapula with Ligament

Right clavicle and scapula with ligament, from without and somewhat in front.

"When a bone is broken, blood trickles out between the incjured parts, and afterwards gives place to a sticky, watery fluid, which gradually becomes thicker, like a syrup or jelly. This is slowly replaced by a new bone structure and forms a kind of cement to gold together the broken ends." — Blaisedell, 1904

Broken Clavicle

"When a bone is broken, blood trickles out between the incjured parts, and afterwards gives place to…

The human clavicle bone (anterior portion of the shoulder girdle).

The Human Clavicle

The human clavicle bone (anterior portion of the shoulder girdle).

Also known as the winter falcon, is found in California, Wisconsin, and South Carolina.

Red-Shouldered Hawk

Also known as the winter falcon, is found in California, Wisconsin, and South Carolina.

"The hides now come to be trimmed and prepared for tanning in the shape in which they are intended ultimately to be sent into the market. An entire untrimmed hide is termed a crop; a side is half a crop, the dividing line of the two sides being shown at EF; a butt is the back portion ABCD, and a bend is half a butt ABFE. G, G are belly pieces, and H, H the cheeks, both together being the offal. When the shoulder (the upper part of the butt) is removed, what remains is the short butt." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Hide Divisions

"The hides now come to be trimmed and prepared for tanning in the shape in which they are intended ultimately…

The anterior surface of the left scapula.

Left Scapula

The anterior surface of the left scapula.

The posterior surface or the left scapula.

Left Scapula

The posterior surface or the left scapula.

"Carry the piece with the right hand and place it on the left shoulder, barrel up, trigger guard in the hollow of the shoulder, at the same time grasp the butt with the left hand, heel between first and second fingeres, thumb and fingers closed on the stock." — Moss, 1914

Left shoulder, arms

"Carry the piece with the right hand and place it on the left shoulder, barrel up, trigger guard in…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is painted in black and white. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is painted in black and white. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the…

This Greek Lekythos has an attic style. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos has an attic style. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long…

This Greek Lekythos has an attic style. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos has an attic style. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is made of red clay and painted in black. The form is elongated and cylindrical,…

This Greek Lekythos is painted in black and white. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the neck is long with a shoulder. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos is painted in black and white. The form is elongated and cylindrical, while the…

This Greek Lekythos has an elongated and cylindrical form with a long neck. Its a type of Greek pottery used in the toilet to store oils or in funeral rites to be placed with the deceased in the grave.

Greek Lekythos

This Greek Lekythos has an elongated and cylindrical form with a long neck. Its a type of Greek pottery…

"A plan of this slide; the divided drum of the screw is omitted for sale of clearness. The screw S has a shoulder at k, carefully fitted and ground to a bearing so as to work sweetly in a hole in the very strong spring o o; the other extremity of the screw is formed into a pivot, which fits a hole in the brass piece B B. The end of this pivot—hrdened, polished, and slightly rounded—rests on the flat surface of an agate a, which is imbedded in the end of the slide, and kept firmly in its place by the brass piece B B." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Micrometer

"A plan of this slide; the divided drum of the screw is omitted for sale of clearness. The screw S has…

"Without changing the grasp of the right hand, place the piece on the right shoulder, barrel up and inclined at an angle of about 45 degrees from the horizontal trigger guard in the hollow of teh shoulder, right elbow near the side, the piece in a vertical plane perpendicular to the front." — Moss, 1914

Right shoulder, arms

"Without changing the grasp of the right hand, place the piece on the right shoulder, barrel up and…

"The <em>shoulder-blade</em> is a large, flat, three-sided bone, which is placed on the upper and back part of the chest. On the outer side it has a saucerlike cavity on which the rounded head of the arm bone rests." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Scapula

"The shoulder-blade is a large, flat, three-sided bone, which is placed on the upper and back…

The human scapula bone (shoulder blade). Labels: 1, glenoid cavity; 2, end of the spine of scapula.

The Human Scapula

The human scapula bone (shoulder blade). Labels: 1, glenoid cavity; 2, end of the spine of scapula.

The left shoulder-joint, scapuloclavicular articulations, and proper ligaments of the scapula.

Shoulder

The left shoulder-joint, scapuloclavicular articulations, and proper ligaments of the scapula.

Bones of the shoulder and arm

Shoulder

Bones of the shoulder and arm

Bones of the shoulder and arm

Shoulder

Bones of the shoulder and arm

Sagittal section through left shoulder and left lung.

Sagittal Section Through Shoulder and Lung

Sagittal section through left shoulder and left lung.

Sagittal section through left shoulder, lung, and apex of the heart.

Sagittal Section Through Shoulder and Lung

Sagittal section through left shoulder, lung, and apex of the heart.

Ligaments of the acromio-clavicular and scapulo-humeral articulations (joints of the shoulder). Labels: 1, superior acromio-clavicular ligament; 2, caraco-clavicular ligament; 3, coraco-acromial ligament; 4, caracoid ligament; 5, capsular ligament of the shoulder joint; 6, ligamentum adscititium, or coraco-humeral ligament; 7, tendon of long head of the biceps muscle.

Bones and Ligaments of the Shoulder Articulation

Ligaments of the acromio-clavicular and scapulo-humeral articulations (joints of the shoulder). Labels:…

"The Scapula, or shoulder blade, is one of the two bones, the other being the clavicle, which form the pectoral arch or shoulder girdle." &mdash;Finley, 1917

Shoulder blade

"The Scapula, or shoulder blade, is one of the two bones, the other being the clavicle, which form the…

"Shoulder bones and ligaments. 1. Humerus, 3. Scapula, 4. Tendon of biceps 5. Capsular ligament 6. Acromion 7. Coracoid process 8. Clavicle"&mdash;Finley, 1917

Shoulder bones and ligaments

"Shoulder bones and ligaments. 1. Humerus, 3. Scapula, 4. Tendon of biceps 5. Capsular ligament 6. Acromion…

The left shoulder joint and proper ligaments of the scapula.

Shoulder Joint

The left shoulder joint and proper ligaments of the scapula.

Capsule of the shoulder joint and caraco acromial ligament.

Shoulder Joint

Capsule of the shoulder joint and caraco acromial ligament.

Capsular ligament of the shoulder joint cut across and humerus removed.

Capsular Ligament of the Shoulder Joint

Capsular ligament of the shoulder joint cut across and humerus removed.

Frontal frozen section through the right shoulder joint.

Frontal Section Through Shoulder Joint

Frontal frozen section through the right shoulder joint.

Horizontal section through the right shoulder joint from above.

Horizontal Section Through Shoulder Joint

Horizontal section through the right shoulder joint from above.

Frontal section of the right shoulder through the middle of the humeral head. Section passes through the subclavian artery and brachial plexus, but not through glenoid cavity of the scapula, which lies posterior to the plane of section.

Frontal Section Through the Shoulder

Frontal section of the right shoulder through the middle of the humeral head. Section passes through…

Lymphatics and lymphatic glands on the left side of the body and shoulder.

Lymphatics of the Shoulder

Lymphatics and lymphatic glands on the left side of the body and shoulder.

Showing the dorsal preaxial origin of the musculospiral (radial) nerve, and the ventral post-axial origin of the ulnar nerve from the brachial plexus.

Nerves of the Shoulder

Showing the dorsal preaxial origin of the musculospiral (radial) nerve, and the ventral post-axial origin…

This illustration shows a method of applying a triangular bandage to the chest, shoulder, head and elbow.

Triangular Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a triangular bandage to the chest, shoulder, head and elbow.

Section through the neck immediately above the shoulders.

Cross Section Through the Trunk at the Neck

Section through the neck immediately above the shoulders.

Section through the thyroid gland and the upper borders of the shoulders.

Cross Section Through the Trunk at the Shoulders

Section through the thyroid gland and the upper borders of the shoulders.