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Plate I

Fig. 1. Human embryo 8 mm. long. with spina bifida. After Tomeau and Martin (Journal d’Anat. et Physiol., XVII, 1881).

Fig. 2. Spina bifida in a human embryo 10 mm. long. After Fischel (Ziegler’s Beitriige, XLI, 1907, Fig. 16).

Fig. 3 and 4. Sections through the middle of the spina bifida shown in Fig. 2. After Fischel (Ziegler’s Bertrfige, 1907, Figs, 21 and 22),

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Mall FP. A study of the causes underlying the origin of human monsters. (1908) J Morphol. 19: 3-368.

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