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Henry Gray (1825–1861).  Anatomy of the Human Body.  1918.
 
two sets. The first set consists of fibers continuous with the longitudinal fibers of the esophagus; they radiate in a stellate manner from the cardiac orifice and are practically all lost before the pyloric portion is reached. The second set commences on the body of the stomach and passes to the right, its fibers becoming more thickly distributed as they approach the pylorus. Some of the more superficial fibers of this set pass on to the duodenum, but the deeper fibers dip inward and interlace with the circular fibers of the pyloric valve.


FIG. 1051– The longitudinal and circular muscular fibers of the stomach, viewed from above and in front. (Spalteholz.) (See enlarged image)



FIG. 1052– The oblique muscular fibers of the stomach, viewed from above and in front. (Spalteholz.) (See enlarged image)

  The circular fibers (stratum circulare) form a uniform layer over the whole extent of the stomach beneath the longitudinal fibers. At the pylorus they are most abundant, and are aggregated into

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