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Figure 1. Section through the foramen of Winslow of a human embryo

Section through the foramen of Winslow of a human embryo 7 millimetres long. Enlarged 50 times.


  • A. - aorta
  • C. A. - celiac axis
  • s. - stomach
  • C. D. - gastric diverticulum
  • iP. W. - foramen of Winslow
  • P. - portal vein
  • U. - umbilical vein
  • L. - liver

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Links: Fig 1 Reconstruction viewed from the left side | Fig 2 Gastric diverticulum | Plate 1 Fig 1 External view | Plate 1 Fig 2 Pericardial and pleuro-peritoneal cavities | Plate 2 Fig 1 Reconstruction viewed from the left side | Plate 2 Fig 2 Reconstruction viewed from the left side | Carnegie stage 15


Mall FP. A human embryo twenty-six days old. (1891) J Morphol. 5: 459-480.

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