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By [[Embryology History - Franklin Mall|Franklin P. Mall]].

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Mall FP. On the development of the human diaphragm. (1901) Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 12: 158-171.

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On the Development of the Human Diaphragm

Franklin Mall (1911)
Franklin Mall

By Franklin P. Mall.