Book - Anatomy Of Human Embryos 1-10

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His W. Anatomie Menschliche Embryonen I - Embryonen des ersten monats (Anatomy of human embryos - Embryos of the first month). (1880) Leipzig.

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His, W. Anatomy Of Human Embryos I (1880): Embryo A and B | Embryo alpha | Embryo M | Embryo L | Embryo SR | Embryo E | Comparison of embryos - staging | Age determination | Hypotheses to fill gaps | Explanation of plates | Vol 2 | Wilhelm His


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His, W. Anatomy Of Human Embryos I (1880): Embryo A and B | Embryo alpha | Embryo M | Embryo L | Embryo SR | Embryo E | Comparison of embryos - staging | Age determination | Hypotheses to fill gaps | Explanation of plates | Vol 2 | Wilhelm His




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