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in form of the brain in human embryos from 4 mm. to birth.  
 
in form of the brain in human embryos from 4 mm. to birth.  
  
* Fig. 13. embryo No. 588, 4 mm
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* '''Fig. 13''', embryo No. 588, 4 mm
* Fig. 14. embryo No. 940, 14 mm
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* '''Fig. 14''', embryo No. 940, 14 mm
* Fig. 15, embryo No. 144. 18 mm
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* '''Fig. 15''', embryo No. 144. 18 mm
* Fig. 16, embryo No. 460, 21 mm
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* '''Fig. 16''', embryo No. 460, 21 mm
* Fig. 17. embryo No. 632, 24 mm
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* '''Fig. 17''', embryo No. 632, 24 mm
* Fig. 18, embryo No. 199, 35 mm
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* '''Fig. 18''', embryo No. 199, 35 mm
* Fig. 19, embryo No. 96, 50 mm CR length
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* '''Fig. 19''', embryo No. 96, 50 mm CR length
* Fig. 20, embryo No. 234a, 80 mm CR length
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* '''Fig. 20''', embryo No. 234a, 80 mm CR length
* Fig. 21, adult
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* '''Fig. 21''', adult
  
  

Revision as of 09:33, 28 August 2011

Plate 1. The developmental alterations in the vascular system of the brain of the human embryo

By George L. Streeter. (five plates and twelve text-figures)


Simplified profile drawings of the dural veins, showing the manner in which they adapt themselves to the growth and change in form of the brain in human embryos from 4 mm. to birth.

  • Fig. 13, embryo No. 588, 4 mm
  • Fig. 14, embryo No. 940, 14 mm
  • Fig. 15, embryo No. 144. 18 mm
  • Fig. 16, embryo No. 460, 21 mm
  • Fig. 17, embryo No. 632, 24 mm
  • Fig. 18, embryo No. 199, 35 mm
  • Fig. 19, embryo No. 96, 50 mm CR length
  • Fig. 20, embryo No. 234a, 80 mm CR length
  • Fig. 21, adult


Plate links: Plate 1 - embryos 4 mm to birth | Plate 2 - embryo 4 mm | Plate 3 - embryo 11.5 mm | Plate 4 - embryo 21 mm | Plate 5 - embryo 43 mm


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Reference

The Developmental Alterations in the Vascular System of the Brain of the Human Embryo Contributions to Embryology Carnegie Institution No.24 by George L. Streeter, with five plates and twelve text-figures (1921).

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