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Fig. 2. Semi-schematic view of the lower aspect of the pharyngeal region
The pericardium having been removed, save for its roof. I, II, III, IV, pharyngeal arches, external; P, roof of pericardium. The whole region is somewhat flattened out to show the relations. substance of the mandibular arch, which is the only one completely joined in the middle line.
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