Paper - On the structure of the human placenta, and its connexion with the uterus

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Bloxam W. On the structure of the human placenta, and its connexion with the uterus. (1840)

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This historic 1840 paper by Bloxam describes early human placenta development. This page currently only contains some of the plates from this very early paper.


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On the Structure of the Human Placenta, and its Connexion with the Uterus

W. Bloxam (1840)


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Plate 3

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Plate 5

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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, January 24) Embryology Paper - On the structure of the human placenta, and its connexion with the uterus. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Paper_-_On_the_structure_of_the_human_placenta,_and_its_connexion_with_the_uterus

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