Paper - Detailed form of the Wolffian body in human embryos of the first eight weeks

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Shikinami J. Detailed form of the Wolffian body in human embryos of the first eight weeks. (1926) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 363, 18: 46-61.

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This historic 1926 embryology paper by Shikinami described Wolffian body and its duct (mesonephros) in human embryos of the first eight weeks.


mesonephros are paired.



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Detailed Form of the Wolffian Body in Human Embryos of the First Eight Weeks

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