Development of the levator ani muscle in human fetuses.


The development of the levator ani muscle was studied in 300- to 700-microns thick sections through the pelves of 9- to 37-week-old fetuses and newborn children. During early fetal development, the anlage of the levator ani muscle can already be subdivided into three portions. The planes of cleavage between them become clearly evident in fetuses during the… (More)


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