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Fig. 193. Ventral reconstruction of the blood vessels in a 4.2 mm human embryo

Wilhelm His (1831-1904)

Accompanying the increase in size of the primitive liver is a mutual intergrowth between the hepatic cords and the endothelium of the vitelline veins. As a result, these vessels form in the liver a network of sinusoids (Figs. 183 and 193), and each vein is thereby divided into a distal portion which passes from the yolk sac to the liver, and into a proximal portion which carries blood from the liver sinusoids to the Sinus venosus.

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Arey LB. Developmental Anatomy. (1924) W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia.

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