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Plate V. Human Fetus 60 mm

Photomicrographs of sections of the ventral body wall of embryo 60 mm

x circa 6. B. = linea alba formed from rectus sheath. E. = denser tissue of midventral line extending into cord. F. = denser tissue on superficial aspect of allantoic vessels. Description in text.

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Wyburn GM. The formation of the umbilical cord and the umbilical region of the anterior abdominal wall. (1939) J Anat. 73(2): 289-310.9. PMID 17104757

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