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Fig. 3. From a human embryo of 16.0 mm

(H. E. 0., 1322).

X 20 diam. V. ceph., Vena cephalica. For other abbreviations see Fig. 1.

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Lewis FT. On the cervical veins and lymphatics in four human embryos, with an interpretation of anomalies on the subclavian and jugular veins in the adult. (1909)

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