Book - Contributions to Embryology Carnegie Institution No.107

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Davis CL. Development of the human heart from its earliest appearance to the stage found in embryos of twenty paired somites. (1927) Carnegie Instn. Wash. Publ 380. 19: 245-284.

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This historic 1927 paper investigates heart development. This embryo would be Carnegie stage 11 in Week 4.

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Development of the Human Heart from its Earliest Appearance to the Stage Found in Embryos of Twenty Paired Somites

By Carl L. Davis

with 8 plates and 10 text-figures.


Plate 1

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Fig. 11. Embryo 3709. Fig. 13. Embryo 1878.
Ventral view of a plaster model of the heart and pericardial region. The ventral pericardial wall is removed to expose the myocardium. x100. Ventral view of a plaster model of the heart and pericardial region. The ventral pericardial wall is removed as in figure 11. x100.
Fig. 12. Embryo 3709. Fig. 14. Embryo 1878.
The ventral myocardial wall dissected to expose the endocardium. x100 The ventral myocardial wall dissected to expose the endocardium. x100

Plate 2

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Fig. 15. Embryo Klb. Fig. 17. Embryo 4216.
Ventral view of a wax model of the heart and pericardial cavity. The ventral pericardium wall is removed to expose the myocardium. Three missing sections were restored in the aortic bulb region. x100. Ventral view of a wax model of the heart and pericardial region. The ventral pericardium wall is removed to expose the myocardium. x100
Fig. 16. Embryo Klb. Fig. 18 Embryo 4216.
The ventral myocardial wall dissected to expose the endocardium. x100 The ventral myocardial wall dissected to expose the endocardium. x100

Reference

Davis CL. Development of the human heart from its earliest appearance to the stage found in embryos of twenty paired somites. (1927) Carnegie Instn. Wash. Publ 380. 19: 245-284.


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