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Fig. 2. View from above of the interior of the base of the neuro-cranium of the Bryce 30 mm embryo

The cartilage is everywhere "stippled" and crosses are placed on the ethmoidal plate.

  • A.T. - ala temporalis or pars zygomatica of great wing
  • C.S. - corpus sphenoidale
  • D.S. - dorsum sellae
  • E.P. - ethmoidal plate continuous in front with nasal capsule (N.C.) and behind with ala orhitalis (O.P.)
  • the fissure at the inner side of the junction of ala orbitalis and ethmoidal plate is the spheno-ethmoidal fissure
  • F. - frontal bone
  • PP. - parietal plate
  • V. - vacuity owing to large blood-vessel or perhaps extravasation.


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Reference

Fawcett E. Description of a reconstruction of the head of a thirty-millimetre embryo. (1910) J Anat. Physiol. 44(4): 303-11.



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