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Fig. 1. Diagrammatic representation of a portion of the primate (hemochorial) placenta attached to the uterine wall

The inset shows, at higher magnification, the components of a single arterial stem.

(From Ramsey,8 in Report of 15th M&R Paediatric Research Conference 1955.)

Reference

Ramsey EM. Corner GW. Jr. Donner MW. and Stran HM. Radioangiographic studies of circulation in the maternal placenta of the rhesus monkey: preliminary report. (1960) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 46(7): 1003-8 PMID 16590693


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