. The common colics of the horse : their causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment . Horses; Colic. i8 THE COMMON COLICS OF THE HORSE left sac, which it completely covers, leaving the right sac (indicated by the dotted lines) uncovered. In the lesser curvature its fibres become somewhat abruptly lost, while the greater curvature retains them to the entire envelop- ment of the underneath surface of the right sac, on whose upper surface they become gradually obliterated.. Fig. 5.—Middle Muscular Coat of Stomach. H, Circular fibres (in one posilion lined more blackly than their neighbours). Ther

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. The common colics of the horse : their causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment . Horses; Colic. i8 THE COMMON COLICS OF THE HORSE left sac, which it completely covers, leaving the right sac (indicated by the dotted lines) uncovered. In the lesser curvature its fibres become somewhat abruptly lost, while the greater curvature retains them to the entire envelop- ment of the underneath surface of the right sac, on whose upper surface they become gradually obliterated.. Fig. 5.—Middle Muscular Coat of Stomach. H, Circular fibres (in one posilion lined more blackly than their neighbours). Ther
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. The common colics of the horse : their causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment . Horses; Colic. i8 THE COMMON COLICS OF THE HORSE left sac, which it completely covers, leaving the right sac (indicated by the dotted lines) uncovered. In the lesser curvature its fibres become somewhat abruptly lost, while the greater curvature retains them to the entire envelop- ment of the underneath surface of the right sac, on whose upper surface they become gradually obliterated.. Fig. 5.—Middle Muscular Coat of Stomach. H, Circular fibres (in one posilion lined more blackly than their neighbours). There is no aggregation of these fibres.^ A, CEsophagus ; B, left sac; C, right sac ; D, duodenal S-trap. 2. A Middle Plane.—The fibres of this are again a continuation of the muscular coverings of the oesophagus —viz., of its circular coat (see Fig. 5). Running beneath the fibres of the superficial plane, the middle coat also envelops the whole of the left sac. Where the fibres of the superficial plane become indistinct in the position of • This darker lining is for purposes of emphasis only.—H. C. R.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Reeks, Harry Caulton. Chicago : Alex. Eger
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