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Fig. 3. Cut surface of the decidua

3 This photograph of the cut surface of the decidua, and myometrium shows the character of the early pregnancy glands.

In the basal glands there is blood. X 6.


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Reference

Brewer JI. A normal human ovum in a stage preceding the primitive streak (The Edwards-Jones-Brewer ovum). (1937) Amer. J Anat., 61: 429-481.


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