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Plate 1

Fig. 1. Dissection of embryo H 226 of 49 mm. x6. A well-formed pars abdominalis gubernaculi is evident. The interstitial part has also been dissected, the outline being less clearly defined. l, gonad; 5, gubernaculum; 6, bladder.

Figs. 2-4. A series of transverse sections through the caudal end of the mesonephric ridge of a 12 mm. embryo H 323. x 35. A, Wolffian duct; B, Template:Umbilical artery.



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Reference

Wyndham NR. A morphological study of testicular descent. (1943) J Anat., 77(2):179-188.3. PMID 17104926


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