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Fig. 4. Photomicrograph through the pars nervosa of a 55-month human foetus

Showing the differentiated pituicytes in the part proximal to the pars intermedia and the poorly differentiated pituicytes in the distal portion. Note a single clump of blood-vessels deep in the nervosa. x 175. I


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Reference

Shanklin WM. Differentiation of pituicytes in the human foetus. (1940) J Anat. 74(4): 459-63. PMID 17104829



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21:59, 26 June 2018Thumbnail for version as of 21:59, 26 June 20181,280 × 863 (162 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)==Plate 1== Fig. 4. Photomicrograph through the pars nervosa of a 55-month human foetus showing the differentiated pituicytes in the part proximal to the pars intermedia and the poorly differentiated pituicytes in the distal portion. Note a single clu...