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Boulgakow B. Arrest of Development of an Embryo. A Case of Acephalus Holoacardiacus showing Arrest of Development of all Tissues in Embryonic Period.. (1926) J Anat. 61(1): 68-93. PMID 17104128

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This historic 192 paper by Boulgakow describes the abnormal development of a human embryo lacking a head.




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Arrest of Development of an Embryo. A Case of Acephalus Holoacardiacus showing Arrest of Development of all Tissues in Embryonic Period