The Lymphatic System in Human Embryos, with a Consideration of the Morphology of the System As a Whole


Title:
The Lymphatic System in Human Embryos, with a Consideration of the Morphology of the System As a Whole
Creator:
Sabin, Florence R.
Date:
1909
Description:
In this article Florence Sabin discusses in detail her observations about the development of the lymphatic system, and argues that the lymphatic structures are derived from the veins, not from mesenchyme (the undifferentiated connective tissue in the embryo, from which connective tissues, blood vessels, and other structures develop).
Periodical:
American Journal of Anatomy
Publisher:
Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology
Rights:
Public Domain
Genre:
Articles
Subject:
Anatomy, Embryology, and Lymphatic System
Format:
Text
Extent:
49 pages
Language:
English
Legacy Source Citation:
Periodical. Sabin, Florence R. "The Lymphatic System in Human Embryos, with a Consideration of the Morphology of the System As a Whole." American Journal of Anatomy IX, 1 (1909): 43-91. Article. 49 Images.. American Journal of Anatomy
Legacy ID:
RRBBGG
NLM ID:
101584641X88
Profiles Collection:
The Florence R. Sabin Papers
Story Section:
On the Faculty at 'The Hopkins', 1902-1925