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Epiphysis of which is at the upper end, and which will continue to grow for many years (i. , humerus and tibia), it will be necessary to make allowance for this and to cut the flaps long; as otherwise, owing to continued growth, the sawed end of the bone will ultimately project through the stump, and a condition known as "conical stump" will result. This requires removal of a further portion of the bone. An inflammatory condition termed acute epiphysitis also occurs, although it is not so frequent as the acute infective conditions of the diaphysis, owing to the freer blood supply of the epiphysis; in late years it has been shown that acute epiphysitis in children is very frequently the result of In this a pneumococcal infection, and it may pass on to complete separation of the epiphysis.
Spi. PerimeduUary lamelte. ) but the layers of different systems cross at va rious angles. Between these layers are small, irregular spaces called lacunae; and extending radially nut from the lacunte and piercing the various The lacuna nearest lamellas are delicate canals known as canaliculi, which connect the lacuna?. to the Haversian canal communicates with it by means of canaliculi; and canaliculi also communicate with other Haversian systems. The Haversian canal contains bloodvessels— an artery The vessel in the canal is covered with endothelial cells, and the or a vein, or both and a nerve.
Lateral and laterad are general terms pertaining to the sides of the body, while dextral and sinistral are specific terms for The terms central (centrad) and peripheral (periphright and left respectively. erad) are in general use, though specially applicable to the bloodvessels and the nerve system. The common terms "inner" and "outer," "deep" and "superficial," "beneath," "under," and so on, are too frequently ambiguous. ro; (outward), and their inflections entad and ectad often serve to avoid such ambiWherever a series of organs embraces several similar parts, bearing like guity.
Anatomy, descriptive and applied. by H. Gray