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Plate I Model of veins, ventral view

The conneotion of the liver and gut has been severed just above the gall-bladder anlage. Just above this is seen the ventral half of the cranial venous ring in connection with both omphalo-mesenteric, and the left umbilical veins. X 100


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Reference

Ingalls NW. A contribution to the embryology of the liver and vascular system in man. (1908) Anat. Rec. 2: 338–344.



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