Paper - Studies in the pathology of development 2 (1932)

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Ingalls NW. Studies in the pathology of development: II. Some aspects of defective development in the dorsal midline. (1932) Am J Pathol. 8(5): 525-556 PMID 19970035

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  This historic 1932 paper by Ingalls describes early abnormal human development.

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Studies in the Pathology of Development: II. Some Aspects of Defective Development in the Dorsal Midline