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Fig. 18. Teacher—Bryce Ovum No. I.

The aperture of entrance (Ap.) occupied by remains of the operculum. Section 4.5.4a. Gram-Weigert’s fibrin stain. X 156.

I.S. Internal shield of fibrin with a layer of liberated decidua cells below it. Mes. Mesoderm. Sy. Mass of vacuolated syncytium. Photograph by J. H. T.

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Teacher JH. On the implantation of the human ovum and the early development of the trophoblast. (1925) J Obst. Gynaecol. 31(2); 166-217.

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