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When the chorion was drawn apart in the region of the rent, two distinct amniotic sacs were found. These were gently loosened and found to be absolutely separate through their entirety and arranged so that the attachments of the  two yolk stalks lay at different regions of the chorion. An embryo was present in each amniotic sac (fig. 1).
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Latest revision as of 17:19, 27 October 2016

Fig. 1. An embryo was present in each amniotic sac

When the chorion was drawn apart in the region of the rent, two distinct amniotic sacs were found. These were gently loosened and found to be absolutely separate through their entirety and arranged so that the attachments of the two yolk stalks lay at different regions of the chorion. An embryo was present in each amniotic sac (fig. 1).


Reference

Potter JC. Human monochorial twin embryos In separate amnions. (1927) Anat. Rec. 34: 253-257.



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