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Fig. 3A.

A, transverse section no. 871: for level see fig. 2.

B, transverse section no. 1169: for level see fig. 2.

C, transverse section no. 1486: for level see fig. 2.

b = bladder, c = cervix, ci = common iliac artery, d = Gartner’s duct, g = ganglionic nerve cell, hn = hypogastric nerve, m = striped muscle, n = nerve bundle, r = rectum, t = Fallopian tube, wt = body of uterus, ur = ureter, v = vagina.

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Fleming AM. The internal genital organs of a female foetus of 15 cm length. (1927) J Anat. 61: 232–246. PubMed 17232868

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