Paper - The observed embryology of human single-ovum twins and other multiple births

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Corner GW. The observed embryology of human single-ovum twins and other multiple births. (1955) Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol., 70(5); 933-51 PMID 13258680

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This historic 1955 paper by George Corner describes the statistics of twin and multiple births.


Historic Embryology - Twinning 
1915 Twin embryos 17-19 somites | 1916 Conjoined Twins | 1922 Monozygotic origin identical twins | 1927 Separate amnions | 1942 Twin chorion | 1955 Twins and multiple birth
Carnegie Embryos: 8505a 8505b 7170a 7545 9009a and b 9123 5542B 5935A 5621A


Modern Notes: Abnormal Development - Twinning

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George Corner
George Corner (1889 - 1981)

The Observed Embryology of Human Single-Ovum Twins and Other Multiple Births


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