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Fig. 2 Transverse section through the right and left Wolffian ducts in a human fetus 80.3 mm crown-rump length

Sketch showing a transverse section from the same specimen represented in figure 1, taken at a different level. It shows the primordium of the right seminal vesicle as a flattened evagination from the Wolffian duct of that side, the two being separated by a rather marked sulcus.


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Reference

Watson EM. The development of the seminal vesicles in man. (1918) Amer. J Anat. 24(4): 395 - 439.


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