Charles Russell Bardeen, M.D. (1871 – 1935) an American anatomist and embryologist. He was the first dean of medicine at the University of Wisconsin.
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Pages in category ‘Charles Bardeen’
The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.
- Paper - Development and variation of the nerves and the musculature of the inferior extremity and of the neighboring regions of the trunk in man
- Paper - Development of the thoracic vertebrae in man (1905)
- Paper - Early development of the cervical vertebrae and the base of the occipital bone in man
- Paper - Studies of the development of the human skeleton (1905)
- Paper - The critical period in the development of the intestines (1914)
- Paper - The development of the limbs, body-wall and back
- Paper - The development of the limbs, body-wall and back (1901)
- Paper - Vertebral Regional Determination in Young Human Embryos
Media in category ‘Charles Bardeen’
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