This plexus is called by modern anatomists the rete mirabile.
The rete mirabile is an interesting survival of Galenic anatomy.
The mucines are also constituents of the cells of the rete malpighi.
The principal one of these, called the 'Rete,' is shewn in Fig. 2.
Drop the disc (fig. 5) within the border of the mother, and the Rete over it.
As the Rete revolves, it points to the different degrees of the border.
The epithelia of the rete mucosum are swollen and stretched.
The principal one of these was the ‘Rete’ and is shown in Fig. 2.
The main artery of the fore- and hind-limbs breaks up into a rete mirabile of numerous small parallel branches.
Their cheeks may sometimes have a tinge of pink, but this is usually veiled by the darker tint of the "rete mucosum."