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  • Cor totum combustum, jecur suffumigatum, pulmo arefactus, ut credam miseram illam animam bis elixam aut combustam, ob maximum ardorem quem patiuntur ob ignem amoris.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ut orator regi: sic pulmo vocis instrumentum annectitur cordi, &c. Melancth.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Confert et pulmo arietis, calidus agnus per dorsum divisus, exenteratus, admotus sincipiti.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The largest group of land snails, the Pulmonata, or the pulmonates, receive their name from the Latin pulmo lung.

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  • The subject of pulmo nary tuberculosis was profoundly treated by Gaspard Laurent Bayle

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Make out the external jugular, the innominate, and its two branches, and the pulmo-cutaneous and vena cava superior.

    Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata

  • Sic nec spirare ea quibus pulmo desit unde numerosa series quaestionum exoritur.

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  • Pemmatodiscus gastrulaceus, which Monticelli discovered in the umbrella of a large medusa (Pilema pulmo) in 1895; the convex surface of this gelatinous umbrella was covered with numbers of clear vesicles, of 1/25 to 1/8 inch in diameter, in the fluid contents of which the little parasites were swimming.

    The Evolution of Man — Volume 2

  • The third, or pulmo-cutaneous trunk (3) ends by dividing into two arteries.

    The Common Frog

  • When the auricles contract, the venous blood from the right auricle (RA) is sent into both right and left passages of the bulb, but by the action of the valve (v), and by the structure of the carotid gland, the blood is checked on the right side (ip), while on the left it runs freely into the pulmo-cutaneous trunks (r and p), and thus the respiratory structures receive unmixed venous blood for purification.

    The Common Frog

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  • L. pulmo = a lung.

    October 12, 2014