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English: The image shows some of the muscles and arteries of the right forearm and hand, including the superficial palmar arch (titled Superficial Volar Arch in this picture, which is an alternative term) and the common palmar digital arteries branching off of it. The unlabelled yellow lines are nerves. Palmar aspect with the proximal part (elbow) at the top and the distal part (hand) at the bottom.

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Date before 1858
date QS:P,+1858-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1858-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
creator QS:P170,Q955620


Henry Gray: Gray's Anatomy (20th edition)  Template:Gray's Anatomy wikidata:Q19558994
author QS:P170,Q40319
Revised by Warren H. Lewis
illustrator QS:P170,Q955620
Lea and Febiger
Edition 20
Object type version, edition, or translation
Page overview list of all the plates
Language English
Publication date 1918
publication_date QS:P577,+1918-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium  Edit this at Wikidata
Place of publication Philadelphia and New York
Source Bartleby


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