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I also have used this term to describe the shape of the
I also have used this term to describe the shape of the [[Coelomic Cavity Development|intra-embryonic coelom]] within the lateral plate [[mesoderm]] that forms during week 3 of human development.
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The term "horseshoe" is used to describe the renal abnormality horseshoe kidney where there is typically a fusion of the lower poles of both kidneys. This gives the fused structure the shape of a horseshoe.
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