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Fig. 4. A very Young Human Embryo found embedded in a “ Decidual Cast" of the Uterus

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Waterston D. A very young human embryo found embedded in a "decidual cast" of the uterus. (1914) Proc R Soc Med., 7: 353-7. PMID 19978039

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