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Fig, 1 Willis’s figure of the inverted Stomach

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"A, Orificium sinistrum, sive os ventrieuli. B, Pylori Antrum, in que, Tunicae crassiores exist-unt. C, Orificium ejus, cuo Duodenum annectitur.”

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Lewis FT. The form of the stomach in human embryos with notes upon the nomenclature of the stomach. (1912) Amer. J Anat. 13(4): 477-503.

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