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Henry Gray (1825–1861). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918.


BREMER, J. L.: The Earliest Bloodvessels in Man, Am. Jour. Anat., 1914, xvi.   1   EVANS, H. M.: On the Development of the Aortæ, Cardinal and Umbilical Veins and Other Bloodvessels of the Vertebrate Embryos from Capillaries, Anat. Rec., 1909, iii.   2   EVANS, H. M.: The Development of the Vascular System, Keibel and Mall, Manual of Human Embryology.   3   HIS, W.: Anatomie Menschlichen Embryonen, Leipzig, 1880–85.   4   MACCALLUM, J. B.: On the Muscular Architecture and Growth of the Ventricles of the Heart, Johns Hop. Hosp. Rep., 1900, ix.   5   MALL, F. P.: A Study of the Structural Unit of the Liver, Am. Jour. Anat., 1906, v.   6   MALL, F. P.: On the Muscular Architecture of the Ventricles of the Human Heart, Am. Jour. Anat., 1911, xi.   7   MALL, F. P.: The Development of the Internal Mammary and Deep Epigastric Arteries in Man, Johns Hop. Hosp. Bulletin, 1898.   8   STOCKARD, C. R.: A Study of Wandering Mesenchymal Cells on the Living Yolk Sac and Their Developmental Products: Chromatophores, Vascular Endothelium and Blood Cells, Am. Jour. Anat., 1915, xviii.   9   STREETER, G. L.: The Development of the Venous Sinuses of the Dura Mater in the Human Embryo, Am. Jour. Anat., 1915, xviii.   10   THOMA, R.: Text-book of General Pathology and Pathological Anatomy, Translated by Bruce, London, 1896.   11