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Mesenchymal tissue in the pulmonary and esophageal regions - Drawing

Differentiation of the Mesenchymal Tissues of the Pulmonary and Esophageal Regions.

Angiogenesis is taking place around the primary bronchi. The pulmonary plexus connects to the left atrium via the common pulmonary vein.

Detail from Fig 15-6, O'Rahilly and Müller, 1987.

Keywords: angiogenesis, common pulmonary vein, esophagus, left atrium, mesenchymal tissue, primary bronchus, pulmonary plexus, sinus venosus

Source: The Virtual Human Embryo.