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Plate 1

6 Graphic reconstruction of 10 mm human embryo (no. 134 of Minnesota Collection) illustrating arrested development of Wolffian bodies, failure of left Wolffian duct to reach cloaca, and fusion of left blastema with right kidney as latter is entering umbilical crotch. (For relations of veins, see figs. 1 and 7; for crosssections of embryo, see figs. 10 to 12). X 55.

Abbreviations

AIL, allantois Rect., rectum

Ao., aorta R. and L.blast., right and left renal Caec., caecum blastema

Cl.memb., cloacal membrane R.ur., right ureter

C.b.d., common bile duct R.W.d., right Wolffian duct

D.pcm., dorsal pancreas Stom., stomach

Inf.mes.a., inferior mesenteric artery V£t.a., vitelline artery

Isch.br.of 7*.u7nb.a.,rightischiatic artery 1%‘, lowest glomerulus of left Wolfiian L.umb.a., left umbilical artery body

L.W.d., hydronephrotic left Wolffian 1?’, lowest glomerulus of right side duct

Reference

Boyden EA. Congenital absence of the kidney - an interpretation based on a 10-mm human embryo exhibiting unilateral renal agenesis. (1932) Anat. Rec. 52(4):325-349.


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