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Figs. 1 to 16. Ventral views of aortic-arch system

Showing successive developmental stages. In the earliest stage only the first arch is present, while in the last (a full-term fetus) the vessels have acquired nearly their adult form. The so-called fifth arch is indicated by asterisk.

Carnegie Embryo Number and Size
  • Figure 1, embryo No. 2053, length 3 mm.
  • Figure 2, embryo No. Template:CE1201b, length 3 mm.
  • Figure 3, embryo No. 836, length 4 mm.
  • Figure 4, embryo No. 588, length 4 mm.
  • Figure 5, embryo No. 1075, length 6 mm.
  • Figure 6, embryo No. 1380, length 6 mm.
  • Figure 7, embryo No. 810, length 5 mm.
  • Figure 8, embryo No. 617, length 7 mm.
  • Figure 9, embryo No. 792, length 8 mm.
  • Figure 10, embryo No. 1121, length 11 mm.
  • Figure 12, embryo No. 1771, length 13 mm.
  • Figure 13, embryo No. 940, length 14 mm.
  • Figure 14, embryo No. Template:CE74, length 16 mm.
  • Figure 15, embryo No. 1390, length 18 mm.
  • Figure 16, full-term fetus.
Human Aortic Arch 1922: Table 1 | Fig. 1-16 | Fig 17 | Fig 18-25 | Fig 18 | Fig 19 | Fig 20 | Fig 21 | Fig 22 | Fig 23 | Fig 24 | Fig 25 | Fig 26 | Fig 27-28 | Fig 29 | Fig 30 | Fig 31 | Fig 32 | Fig 33 | Fig 34 | Fig 35 | Fig 36 | Fig 37 | Fig 38 | Fig 39 | Fig 40 | Plate 1 | Plate 2 | Plate 3 | Carnegie No.68 | Volume XIV | Contributions to Embryology | Historic Disclaimer | Cardiovascular Development | Respiratory Development


Reference

Congdon ED. Transformation of the aortic-arch system during the development of the human embryo. (1922) Contrib. Embryol., Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ 277, 14:47-110.


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