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Fig. 2.

As the nerve is traced downwards, it passes ventrally, and comes to lie behind the anterior cardinal vein; and at a still lower level it establishes a communication with the fifth cervical nerve, and comes to lie in a cup-shaped invagination at the junction of the anterior cardinal vein with the primitive subclavian vein from the limb bud (fig. 2).

Phrenic nerve origin, course, and termination in a 6 mm embryo.

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Amin M. The course of the phrenic nerve in the embryo. (1914) J Anat Physiol. 48(2): 215-8. PMID 17232992

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