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Fig. 7. Coronal section of the right half of the lower jaw of a human foetus 95 mm in length

x 12. The section is through the coronoid rocess, and shows , the “accessory cartilage ” here. Near the lower border Meckel’s cartilage is seen lying apart ; at a corresponding point in the membrane bone is seen an interruption caused by the anterior extremity of the condylar cartilage.

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Low A. Further observations on the ossification of the human lower jaw. (1909) J Anat Physiol. 44(1): 83–95. PMID 17232830

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