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Fig. 7 Group 7

Fig. 7 Group 7, giving two specimens of fetus compressus.

  • 7a, No. 996 from Dr. H. B. Titlow, Baltimore, X 3/5.
  • 7b, No. 868 from Dr. E. H. Egbert, Washington. X 2.


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Human Anomalies 1917: fig 1 | fig 2 | fig 3 | fig 4 | fig 5 | fig 6 | fig 7 | fig 8 | fig 9 | fig 10 | fig 11-13 | fig 14-15 | fig 16-18 | table 1 | table 2 | table 3 | table 4 | table 5 | table 6


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Reference

Mall FP. On the frequency of localized anomalies in human embryos and infants at birth. (1917) Amer. J Anat. 22:49-72.


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