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Fig. 613. Transverse section of the urogenital fold of a human embryo of 11.0 mm greatest length

Embryo 9.0 mm. head-foot length. (Embryo P. 1, from the collection of Professor Hochstetter, Vienna.) X 150.


Almost all the parts of a mesonephric tubule are cut. Medial to the tubule is the suprarenal anlage; the mesonephric fold lies in the frontal plane, its summit is marked by the primary excretory duct and a dorsolateral and a ventral surface may be distinguished. At about the middle of the ventral surface is the thickening of the peritoneal epithelium which forms the reproductive gland area. ./This consists solely of ccelomic epithelial cells, which are becoming somewhat loosely arranged. No differentiation whatever of the epithelial mass is to be seen.


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Felix W. The development of the urinogenital organs. In Keibel F. and Mall FP. Manual of Human Embryology II. (1912) J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia. pp 752-979.

XIX Development of the Urinogenital Organs: Excretory Glands and their Ducts | Reproductive Glands and their Duct | Urogenital Union | External Genitalia | Figures | Literature
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