Paper - Defective development of the mandibular arch (1923)

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Gladstone RJ. and Wakeley CP. Defective development of the mandibular arch: the etiology of arrested development and an inquiry into the question of the inheritance of congenital defects. (1923) J Anat. 57: 149-167. PMID 17103964

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This historic 1923 paper by Gladstone and Wakeley is an early description of abnormal development of the mandibular arch.

Gladstone RJ & Wakeley CP. (1923). Defective Development of the Mandibular Arch: The Etiology of Arrested Development and an Inquiry into the Question of the Inheritance of Congenital Defects. J. Anat. , 57, 149-67. PMID: 17103964

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Defective Development of the Mandibular Arch