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Fig.1. Drawing of a model of the right shoulder girdle of the 17mm. (Robinson) embryo

Viewed from behind. The sternal segment (S.S.) has been cut coronally to expose the interior, and the acromial segment has been cut horizontally for the same purpose. The black area in each is bone, the dotted area surrounding the bone is precartilage, and the area surrounding this is perichondrium. Above the junction of the two segments, two circles and a black dot are seen; the circles represent supraclavicular nerves, the black dot represents the cephalic vein. The scapula has been purposely shortened.

  • Ac. pr. - acromion process
  • A. S. - acromial segment of clavicle
  • C. Al. - clei-do-mastoid
  • C. Cl. I. - coraco-clavicular ligament
  • C. pr. - coracoid process
  • T. - trapezius muscle
  • P.M. - pectoralis major
  • St. MI. - sterno-miastoid
  • S. S. - sternal segment of clavicle.


Clavicle Links: Fig 1 | Fig 2 | Fig 3 | Fig 4 | Fig 5 | Fig 6 | Fig 7 | Fig 8 | 1913 Clavicle

Edward Fawcett Links: 1906 Palate | 1910 Head | 1910 Sphenoid | 1911 Maxilla, vomer, and paraseptal cartilages | 1913 Clavicle | 1930 Mandible | Fawcett image | Edward Fawcett



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