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Fig. 1a and b. Diagrammatic side View of plastiline models of opossum embryos (a) 9.4 mm and (b) 11.2 mm

Linear course of the intestinal canal with the omphalomesenteric artery axial in the C-onvolute system. In the older foetus the pliysiological umbilical hernia has been drawn in as a consequence of the vitelline artery having been shortened by one—half, the gastro-enterie coil in its entirety then being pressed together with dorsal tlisplacexnent. A0 = aorta together with a. omphalomesenteriea.

C = coecum. S = stomach. ac = point at which vitelline artery leaves mesentery. Large intestine drawn with thicker line. 8/1.

Reference

Enbom G. The early looping of the alimentary canal in the mammalian and human foetus and the mechanisms assumed to be active in this process. (1939) Anat. Rec. 75(3): 409-413.


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