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Fig. 154. From longitudinal section of finger of child at birth

Showing developing joint cavity between adjacent ends of phalanges.

The darker portion at each end of the figure indicates the ossification center in the phalanx, the end of the latter (lighter area) being yet cartilaginous.

The dark bands at each side of the joint indicate developing ligaments.

Photograph.


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