Embryology History - Augustus Pohlman

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Introduction

Augustus Pohlman
Augustus G. Pohlman (1879-1950)

Dr. Augustus Grote Pohlman (1879 - 1950) was originally Professor and Director, Department of Anatomy, Creighton University. In 1913 he became Chair, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Saint Louis University. In 1930 he became Professor of Anatomy and Dean, School of Medicine, University of South Dakota.


He studied renal, heart and genital development and used several embryos from the Carnegie Collection in his human developmental studies.


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Author link - Pohlman AG.

References

Pohlman AG. Has a persistence of the Müllerian ducts any relation to the conditions of cryptorchidism? (1904) Amer. Med. 8: 1003-1006.

Pohlman AG. A Note on the developmental relations of the kidney and ureter in human embryos. (1905) Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 16: .

Pohlman AG. Abnormalities in the form of the kidney and ureter dependent on the development of the renal bud. (1905) Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 16: .

Pohlman AG. The course of the blood through the heart of the fetal mammal, with a note on the reptilian and amphibian circulations. (1909) Anat. Rec. 3: 75-109.

Pohlman AG. The development of the cloaca in human embryos. (1911) Amer. J Anat. 12: 1-26.

Pohlman AG. Double ureters in human and pig embryos. (1919) Anat. Rec. 15(7): 369-

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