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The human embryos used in this 1906 study were from Franklin Mall's Johns Hopkins University Collection that later became the Carnegie Collection.

Note that not all plates described in the paper are currently available online.

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Bardeen CR. Development and variation of the nerves and the musculature of the inferior extremity and of the neighboring regions of the trunk in man. Am J Anat. 1906;6:259–390.

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