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Fig. 220. Diagram to show the Formation of the Lesser Sac of the Peritoneum from the Dorsal Mesogastrium

Organs of Digestion: Fig. 212. Mesentery of the Fore-gut | Fig. 213 A. Liver Peritoneal Ligaments | Fig. 213 B. Liver Peritoneal Ligaments | Fig. 214. Mammalian Liver | Fig. 215. Liver of a human foetus 3rd month | Fig. 216. Embryo Spleen, Pancreas, and Liver to the Mesogastrium | Fig. 217. Mesogastrium | Fig. 218. Pancreatic and Hepatic Processes human embryo 4th week | Fig. 219. Arrangement of Vessels in the Dorsal week | Fig. 220. Formation of the Lesser Sac of the Peritoneum from the Dorsal Mesogastrium | Fig. 221. Alimentary Canal human embryo 3rd week | Fig. 222. Alimentary Canal 5th week | Fig. 223 A. The mesentery of the hind-gut | Fig. 223 B. descending Meso-colon becomes applied to the parietal Peritoneum | Fig. 224. Apex of the Caecum at birth | Fig. 225 A. Appendix and Peritoneal Folds 2nd month | Fig. 225 B. Peritoneal Fossae in the lleo-caecal Region | Fig. 226. Rotation of the Intestinal Loop



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Keith A. Human Embryology and Morphology. (1902) London: Edward Arnold.


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