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Fig. 3. Model of entodermal tube showing the hepatic bud

x 75. Seen from the left side and the front.

S., stomach; L.B., liver bud ; P.H., pars hepatica; I’.C., pars cystica; V.D.. vitelline duct.

The gall-bladder has not yet formed, and there is no sign of the dorsal or ventral pancreas.


Fig. 3 represents drawings of a model of the liver bud and part of the entodermal tube, from the left side and from the front. The bud grows out from the alimentary tube opposite the third and fourth cervical somites as a median structure with thick walls enclosing a cavity in wide communication with the alimentary canal. Its relations with the septum transversum are seen in fig. 1. When seen from the front, it would appear that the greater part of the outgrowth is to the left of the middle line.

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Reference

Thompson P. A note on the development of the septum transversum and the liver. (1908) J Anat Physiol. 42(2): 170-5. PMID 17232762



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