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Fig. 648. Nervous system human embryo of 10.2 mm

Seen from the left side. Magnification relative to the original about 20 times.

(After His.)

The nerves are generally drawn as far as they were available, where this is not the case, indicated a cut surface. The dorsal rami of Spinal nerves are not drawn in order not to complicate too much the picture. Here too impressed by the metameric arrangement of the peripheral nervous system. The cranial nerves except the abducens with roman num- records, the spinal nerves with Arabic. The position of the extremities by dotted circle indicated by solid lines: atrial, chamber, liver and intestinal tube. The Wurzelplexus are emerging. Superior cervical plexus, inferior and lumbosacral connected by Sow. The N. phrenic, the Septum transversum reached.

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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. 648. Nerveosystem eines meoschlicheo Embryo von 10,2 mm.

Von der linken Seite gesehen. Vergrößerung auf das Original bezogen etwa 20 mal.

(Nach His.)

Die Nerven sind im allgemeinen soweit gezeichnet, als sie vorhanden waren, wo dies nicht der Fall, ist eine Schnittfläche angedeutet. Die Rami dorsales der Spinalnerven sind nicht gezeichnet, um das Bild nicht allzusehr zu komplizieren. Auch hier imponiert die metamere Anordnung des peripheren Nervensystems. Die Hirnnerven sind mit Ausnahme des Abducens mit römischen Zahlen be- zeichnet, die Spinalnerven mit arabischen. Die Lage der Extremitäten ist durch punktierte Kreise angedeutet, durch ausgezogene Linien : Vorhof, Kammer, Leber und Darmrohr. Die Wurzelplexus sind im Entstehen. Plexus cervicalis superior, inferior und lumbosacralis durch Ansäe verbunden. Der N. phrenicus hat das Septum transversum erreicht.

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