Paper - The staged sequential development of the anus and rectum in human embryos and fetuses

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de Vries PA. and Friedland GW. The staged sequential development of the anus and rectum in human embryos and fetuses. (1974) J. Pediatr. Surg., 9(5): 755-69 PMID 4424274

The Staged Sequential Development of the Anus and Rectum in Human Embryos and Fetuses

By Pieter A. de Vries and Gerald W. Friedland


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