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Carnegie No. 4900 - Miller. Described by Streeter (1926). Curettage. Angiogenesis described by Hertig (1935). Incomplete (some sections missing). Primary umbilical vesicle present. New graphic reconstruction made by Streeter (1939a,b). Chorion, 0.9 mm. Chorionic cavity, 0.4 mm. Presumed age, 10-11 days or perhaps even 12 days (Krafka,1941).
 
Carnegie No. 4900 - Miller. Described by Streeter (1926). Curettage. Angiogenesis described by Hertig (1935). Incomplete (some sections missing). Primary umbilical vesicle present. New graphic reconstruction made by Streeter (1939a,b). Chorion, 0.9 mm. Chorionic cavity, 0.4 mm. Presumed age, 10-11 days or perhaps even 12 days (Krafka,1941).
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| [[:Category:Carnegie Embryo 4900|'''4900''']] || 5c || Poor || p || P || 10 || p || 1925 || Incomplete. Streeter (1926)<ref>Streeter, G. L. 1926. The "Miller" ovum—the youngest normal human embryo thus far known. Carnegie Instn. Wash. Publ 363, [[Book - Contributions to Embryology|Contrib. Embryol.]], 18, 31-48.</ref>

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Carnegie No. 4900 - Miller. Described by Streeter (1926). Curettage. Angiogenesis described by Hertig (1935). Incomplete (some sections missing). Primary umbilical vesicle present. New graphic reconstruction made by Streeter (1939a,b). Chorion, 0.9 mm. Chorionic cavity, 0.4 mm. Presumed age, 10-11 days or perhaps even 12 days (Krafka,1941).

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| 4900 || 5c || Poor || p || P || 10 || p || 1925 || Incomplete. Streeter (1926)[1]

  1. Streeter, G. L. 1926. The "Miller" ovum—the youngest normal human embryo thus far known. Carnegie Instn. Wash. Publ 363, Contrib. Embryol., 18, 31-48.

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