Paper - On an instance of two subclavian arteries of the early arm bud of man and its fundamental significance

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Evans HM. On an instance of two subclavian arteries of the early arm bud of man and its fundamental significance. (1908) Anat. Rec.

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This historic 1908 paper by Evans describes of the occurrence of abnormalities in limb vascular development.




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