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Soccer - Scottish League Cup - Rangers v Hearts - Parkhead Featured 1996 Print

Soccer - Scottish League Cup - Rangers v Hearts - Parkhead

Ally McCoist and Paul Gascoigne, Rangers

© Rangers FC - All Rights Reserved

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Illustration of the human spinal cord and brain Featured 1996 Print

Illustration of the human spinal cord and brain

Spinal cord. Computer-enhanced historical illustr- ation of the spinal cord and brain of a human. Both organs are seen without the skeletal structures (such as the skull & vertebrae) which normally protect them. Red and blue blood vessels are seen branching over the brain (at top) and spinal cord. The spinal cord has 32 pairs of spinal nerves which are seen branching off at either side with associated blood vessels. The spinal nerves connect the body to the central nervous system (CNS). CNS is the collective name for the brain and spinal cord which control all nervous activity within the body. Drawing by the famous Italian anatomist Paolo Mascagni(1755-1815)

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Artwork of section through the female bladder Featured 1996 Print

Artwork of section through the female bladder

Female bladder. Artwork showing a section through the female urinary system. The bladder is seen as a pink sac at centre. This is a hollow organ that holds urine. Two tubes (ureters) from upper image lead urine from the kidneys to the bladder. Yellow drops of urine are seen emerging from the trigone, the triangular space at the base of the bladder (lower centre). At the base of the bladder, the narrow urethra emerges, a tube that carries urine to the exterior opening. Just above the exterior opening, pink muscles of the urethral sphincter are seen. This muscle relaxes or contracts to control the flow of urine out of the bladder

© JOHN BAVOSI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY