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Harper WF. The sternalis muscle in the anencephalous foetus. (1936) J Anat. 70: 317-320. PMID 17104591

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This 1936 paper by Harper describes skeletal muscle, the sternalis muscle, development in an abnormal fetus (anencephaly).



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