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Fig. 3. Inner view of 19 mm model, Minot embryo

P.P., palatine process; F.P., frontal process; I.O.N., infraorbital nerve; A.D.N., anterior dental nerve; 0.8., orbital surface; O.A.P., buter alveolar process.


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Reference

Fawcett E. The development of the human maxilla, vomer, and paraseptal cartilages. (1911) J Anat. Physiol. 45(4): 378-405.


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