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Placental cord vessels cartoon

  • left panel - lateral view of an embryo in which the great caudal vessels are shown in red and the hindgut in yellow. The broken red line indicates the level of the sections shown in the right panel.
  • right panel - transverse sections at the caudal level of an early normal embryo. Below each section, the corresponding vascular pattern is shown in red. Ao, dorsal aorta; rpAo, recurved distal portions of aorta; UA, umbilical arteries; UV, umbilical vein; SUA, single umbilical artery; VA, vitelline artery.

Reference

Garrido-Allepuz C, Haro E, González-Lamuño D, Martínez-Frías ML, Bertocchini F & Ros MA. (2011). A clinical and experimental overview of sirenomelia: insight into the mechanisms of congenital limb malformations. Dis Model Mech , 4, 289-99. PMID: 21504909 DOI.

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Panel B from Figure 3, cropped and reorganised on layout.


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