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Fig. 5. Palate Embryo 40 mm

O., orbital process; S., sphenoidal process,T., tuberosity of palate bone; H.P., hanmular process; P.M., pre-maxilla; S.M., superior maxilla; N.C., nasal cavity.

Own collection. Sagittal, 40 mm, No. 207.


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Reference

Fawcett E. On the development, ossification, and growth of the palate bone of man. (1906) J Anat Physiol., 40(4);400-6. PMID 17232695 | PMC1287457


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