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Fig. 1. Reconstruction of left mandible and annexes of a 17 millimetre human embryo viewed from above

Fig. 1 shows the ossified mandible (M) as well as many other structures, e.g. Meckel’s cartilage, which is partially chondrified (M C1) and towards its anterior end unchondrified (M C2); the tongue (T) is also shown near its tip for topographical purposes: finally, the associated nerves, e.g. the mandibular (MN), the lingual (LN) with the submaxillary ganglion (SG), the inferior dental (I DN ), and the mental nerves (MN), are. introduced.

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This historic 1930 brief note by Fawcett is an early description of the development of the human mandible using a model reconstruction.


See also: Fawcett E. A model of the left half of the human mandible at the 17 mm CRL stage. (1930) J Anat Physiol. 47(2): 225-34. PMID:17104287 | PMC1250145


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Fawcett E. A model of the left half of the human mandible at the 17 mm CRL stage. (1930) J Anat Physiol. 47(2): 225-34. PMID:17104287 | PMC1250145


Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2024, February 25) Embryology Fawcett1930 fig01.jpg. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/File:Fawcett1930_fig01.jpg

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