Description of the knee anatomy and related conditions.

To make as clear as possible the points of practical importance which have, of late years, been put on a definite basis, and which the surgeon may have to recall and act upon at very short notice

When well developed, the frontal sinuses may reach 5 cm. (2 in.) upward and 3.7 cm. (1.5 in.) laterally, occupying the greater part of the vertical portion of the frontal bone. When very small, they scarcely extend above the nasal process.

The bony landmarks of the head will first be considered, followed by a separate description of the cranium and the face.

Under this heading will be considered the scalp, the bony sinuses, cranio-cerebral topography and the hypophysis.

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