McCuskey, Robert S.
October 1967
Angiology;Oct1967, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p648
Academic Journal
Observations of the living fetal hepatic microvascular system were obtained by microscopic examination of the organ in situ. These have been compared with similar observations in the adult liver and the differences and similarities have been noted and discussed.


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