Paper - On the prenatal and neonatal lung (1913)

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Addison WHF. and How HW. On the prenatal and neonatal lung. Amer. J Anat. 15(2): 199-214.

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This historic 1913 paper by Addison and How describes respiratory development prenatal and neonatal period


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