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Human growth and development.
  • E. A. Boyden
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 September 1971
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The changing patterns in the developing lungs of infants.
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Anatomy and embryology of congenital intrinsic obstruction of the duodenum.
c ONGENITAL DUODENAL OBSTRUCTION has ranked third in our hospital, after imperforate anus and esophageal atresia, as a cause of intrinsic obstruction of the alimentary tract in newborn infants. (Fig.Expand
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The anatomy of the choledochoduodenal junction in man.
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Lung hypoplasia in congenital diaphragmatic hernia a quantitative study of airway, artery, and alveolar development
From a case of congenital diaphragmatic hernia the pattern of growth of the airways, alveoli, and pulmonary arteries of both lungs, each hypoplastic, has been analysed quantitatively. The impairmentExpand
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The postnatal growth of the lung in the dog.
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THE TERMINAL AIR SACS AND THEIR BLOOD SUPPLY IN A 37-DAY INFANT LUNG.
  • E. A. Boyden
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1 March 1965
Wax models of a terminal spray of peripheral air passages from the middle lobe of a 37-day infant lung are presented in three views. Superimposed on drawings of the models are reconstructions of theExpand
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The distribution of bronchi in gross anomalies of the right upper lobe particularly lobes subdivided by the azygos vein and those containing pre-eparterial bronchi.
I. The Lobe of the Azygos Vein Lorus venae azygos, a now commonly recognized malformation of the right upper lobe, was first described in 1777 by Heinrich August Wrisberg, Doctor of Medicine andExpand
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