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Fig. 4. Semi-schematic drawing of semi-coronal section of right clavicle of an 18 mm embryo

All the parts shown save the subclavius muscle were shown in the section drawn, but the subelavitus was added from its appearance in several sections. Notice how the sternal segment overrides the acromial segment ofthe clavicle.

A.p,acromion process; B.1,bone of sternal segment; B.2, bone of acromial segment; Ct.b.,pre- cartilaginous bridge unossified and connecting acromial and sternal segments; C. Cl. Lig., coraco-clavicular ligament; C, coracoid process; Cl.M., cleido-mastoid muscle; C.Cl.L.,costo-clavicular ligament; R.1, first rib; S. M., subclavius muscle.


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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