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, embrj-o No. 144. 18 mm.; fig. 16, embryo No. 460, 21 mm.: fig. 17. embrjo No. 632, 24 mm.; fig. 18, embrj'o No. 199, .35 mm.; fig. 19, embrjo No. 96, 50 mm. CR length: fig. 20, embrjo No. 234a, 80 mm. CR length; fig. 21, adult.
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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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