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==Fig. 4.

Further on, the nerve comes into relation with the early divisions of the coelomic cavity, and lies between the antero-lateral recess laterally and the pleuro-pericardial passage medially (fig. 4).

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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