Paper - The regular occurrence of intestinal diverticula in embryos of the pig, rabbit and man

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Lewis FT. and Thyng FW. The regular occurrence of intestinal diverticula in embryos of the pig, rabbit and man. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 7: 505-519.

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This historic 1908 paper by Frederic Thomas Lewis (1875—1951) and Thyng describes human embryonic pancreas development using the Harvard Collection embryos.


See also: Lewis FT. and Thyng FW. The regular occurrence of intestinal diverticula in embryos of the pig, rabbit and man. (1908) Amer. J Anat. 7: 505-519. Lewis FT. The bi-lobed form of the ventral pancreas in mammals. (1911) Amer. J Anat. 12(3): 389-400.

Also by this author: Lewis FT. The development of the vena cava inferior. (1902) Amer. J Anat. 1(3): 229-244.



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The Regular Occurrence of Intestinal Diverticula in Embryos of the Pig, Rabbit and Man

Frederick Thomas Lewis
Frederick Thomas Lewis (1875-1951)

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Frederic T. Lewis and Fred W. Thyng,


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