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Fig. 529. The heart of a 24 mm Embryo

Seen from behind.

A portion of the vein, the former from the rear into the two atria, one-penetrated, Fig 527, have received other compounds, such as the vena umbilicalis artery, which is converted into a vein of the abdominal wall, or how the Omphalomesenterica veins, which, like the umbilical vein into the vena Now enter the liver, etc. are only directly in connection with the heart: The two superior vena cava, the inferior vena cava and the veins pulmonary, which enter through the posterior mesocardium.

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Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).

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Fig. 529. Das Herz eines Meosclieoeinbryo von 24 mm Sclieitelsteifilänge

von hinten gesehen.

Ein Teil der Venen, die früher von hinten her in die beiden Atrien ein- drangen, Fig. 527, haben andere Verbindungen erhalten, wie die Vena umbili- calis dextra, die zu einer Vene der Bauch wand umgewandelt ist, oder wie die Venae omphalo-mesentericae, welche wie die Vena umbilicalis sinistra in die Leber eintreten usw. Jetzt sind nur noch direkt mit dem Herzen in Verbindung: Die beiden Venae cavae superiores, die Vena cava inferior und die Venae pul- monales, welche durch das Mesocardium posterius eintreten.

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