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English: Second stage of development of the intestinal canal and peritoneum, seen from in front (diagrammatic). The liver has been removed and the two layers of the ventral mesogastrium (lesser omentum) have been cut. The vessels are represented in black and the peritoneum in the reddish tint.
Source Sobotta's Atlas and Text-book of Human Anatomy 1906
Author Dr. Johannes Sobotta


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Lithograph plate from Sobotta's Atlas and Text-book of Human Anatomy, either the 1906, 1909 or 1911 U.S. edition, originally published between 1906 and 1911.

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