Circulation of Blood in a Frog's Foot

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The circulation of the blood in the web of a frog’s foot. A, an artery; B, capillaries crowded with disks, owing to a rupture just above, where the disks are jammed into an adjacent mesh; C, a deeper vein; the black spots are pigments cells.


Steele, Joel Dorman Hygienic Physiology (New York, NY: A. S. Barnes & Company, 1888)


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